British government sets date brexit in law
london - The British government is going to capture the time and date of the brexit in a law. This has prompted the government to respond to the concerns of European Union withdrawal supporters, who fear that the difficult negotiations and opposition delay.
The government of Prime Minister Theresa May wants to amend the law on the withdrawal of Britain from the EU, currently under consideration in parliament, and stipulate that the departure will take place officially on March 29, 2019 at 23.00 hrs. English time.
'We have listened to members of the people and parliament and made these changes to eliminate the confusion and concerns about what exactly' exit 'means,' said British Prime Minister David Davis in a statement.
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