UK Prime Minister Theresa May set a self-imposed deadline of March 31 to formally serve notice to the EU, after which the two sides are supposed to have two years to come to a settlement. Photo: Bloomberg UK Prime Minister Theresa May set a self-imposed deadline of March 31 to formally serve notice to the EU, after which the two sides are supposed to have two years to come to a settlement. Photo: Bloomberg
UK Prime Minister Theresa May set a self-imposed deadline of March 31 to formally serve notice to the EU, after which the two sides are supposed to have two years to come to a settlement. Photo: Bloomberg
Brexit

May the divorce begin: Brexit could be triggered Tuesday as bill to leave EU enters final stages

Before Theresa May can begin negotiations, she must finish passing the legislation that gives her the right to formally notify the EU of Britain’s intention to leave

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UK Prime Minister Theresa May set a self-imposed deadline of March 31 to formally serve notice to the EU, after which the two sides are supposed to have two years to come to a settlement. Photo: Bloomberg UK Prime Minister Theresa May set a self-imposed deadline of March 31 to formally serve notice to the EU, after which the two sides are supposed to have two years to come to a settlement. Photo: Bloomberg
UK Prime Minister Theresa May set a self-imposed deadline of March 31 to formally serve notice to the EU, after which the two sides are supposed to have two years to come to a settlement. Photo: Bloomberg
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