The Government is not going to achieve a satisfactory outcome from its negotiations with the EU. We should walk away now. No Deal is better than a bad deal.
1. Leave the EU now
08/06/2018 - Petitions
Found: The Government is not going to achieve a satisfactory outcome from its negotiations with the EU.
2. Leave the EU immediately
13/09/2017 - Petitions
Found: The Government should walk away from the Article 50 negotiations and leave the EU immediately with no
3. 10 Jul 2019 - The progress of the UK’s negotiations on EU withdrawal - oral evidence
11/07/2019 - Inquiry: The progress of the UK’s negotiations on EU withdrawal - None
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Found: Oral evidence - The progress of the UK’s negotiations on EU withdrawal - 10 Jul 2019Committee on Exiting
4. E-petition 200165 relating to leaving the European Union
18/01/2018 - Parliamentary Research
Found: Treaty on European Union (TEU) is the trigger for an EU withdrawal process of up to two years, possibly longer
5. E-petition 205169 relating to Parliament’s vote on the deal for the UK’s exit from the EU
08/06/2018 - Parliamentary Research
Found: relating to Parliament's vote on the deal for the UK's exit from the EU Compiled by: Eleanor Gadd and
1. Brexit: Deal or No Deal (European Union Committee Report)
16/01/2018 - Lords Chamber
1: in the list as well. Any remarks I have, I shall leave until the end.This report was published only - Speech Link
2. European Union (Withdrawal) Bill
20/06/2018 - Commons Chamber
1: minds—Parliament’s role at the conclusion of the negotiations with the European Union—but first I want to - Speech Link
3. Leaving the European Union
22/01/2018 - Westminster Hall
1: e-petition states:“Leave the EU immediatelyThe Government should walk away from the Article 50 - Speech Link
4. EU Exit Negotiations
17/10/2017 - Commons Chamber
1: will update the House on the fifth round of negotiations with the European Union. In view of the fact - Speech Link
5. Leaving the EU
14/01/2019 - Westminster Hall
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The UK will be leaving the EU on the 29th March 2019. EU leaders have now endorsed the Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration on the future relationship between the UK and EU.
The UK will be leaving the EU on 29 March 2019.
EU leaders have now endorsed the Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration on the future relationship between the UK and EU. This Agreement secures the rights of more than three million EU citizens living in the UK and around one million UK nationals living in the EU; sets out the terms of a time-limited implementation period; and ensures a fair financial settlement.
On Northern Ireland, the agreed Protocol guarantees that even in the unlikely event that the UK’s future relationship with the EU is not in place by the end of the implementation period, there will be no hard border between Northern Ireland and Ireland and no customs border down the Irish Sea.
The agreement preserves the economic and constitutional integrity of the United Kingdom, upholds the Belfast (Good Friday) Agreement, and ensures people and businesses that rely on an open border between the Northern Ireland and Ireland can continue living their lives and operating as they do now.
The full Political Declaration sets out a clear vision for the UK’s future relationship with the EU.
This includes the creation of a free trade area for goods, combining deep regulatory and customs co-operation with zero tariffs, no fees, charges or quantitative restrictions across all goods sectors; the first such agreement between an advanced economy and the EU.
A bad deal would be one which did not deliver on the referendum result, or did not allow the UK to take back control of our laws, money and borders. The Withdrawal Agreement achieves all of this, while the political declaration sets out the basis for a prosperous future partnership on trade and security, ensuring a good deal for UK businesses and citizens.
This Government does not want or expect a no deal scenario. Delivering the settlement negotiated with the EU remains our top priority. However, until MPs have voted to approve the Withdrawal Agreement we will continue to do the responsible thing and prepare for every eventuality, including no deal.
Department for Exiting the European Union