The United Kingdom has opted for a regime that requires EU citizens to apply for a new resident status known as “settled” or “pre-settled.” It is not yet clear whether each EU-27 will exercise its discretion under the withdrawal agreement to force British residents to apply for a new resident status. Despite the summer parliamentary recess, there has been a flood of activities in recent days on Brexit-related developments: the withdrawal agreement between the European Union and the UK sets the conditions for the UK`s orderly exit from the EU, in accordance with Article 50 of the Treaty on the European Union. The other 27 EU member states are ready to authorise the Report in the UK (the UK is due to leave the EU on 29 March 2019). If the UK Parliament approves the withdrawal agreement by 29 March, Brexit will be delayed until 22 May to allow time to pass the necessary legislation. If the British Parliament does not approve the deal by then, Brexit will be delayed until 12 April. No? You may soon have… As you may have seen, the EU confirmed today that it would grant a three-month extension of Brexit until 31 January 2020 (to be precise, this is a “flextension” – that is, if Westminster signs the draft withdrawal agreement in advance and the corresponding legislation becomes law, Brexit can take place sooner.) There are a number of conditions: according to a representative of the French government, it is: (1) that the withdrawal agreement is not renegotiable, (2) that the UK would abide by a code of conduct and allow the 27 EU members to meet to discuss other issues for their future [such as the budget] and (3) that the UK must appoint a Commissioner in law if the European Commission meets before the UK withdraws. The government has finally admitted, albeit obliquely, that the United Kingdom would NOT leave the EU on Thursday, with a spokesman for No. 10 this morning indicating the time frame for hallowe in the following terms (note the conditional tension) with regard to the “Note” deadline: “What the Prime Minister did, although he was told that it was impossible, was to reach an agreement and set a timetable that would have allowed us to respect this agreement.
October 31st. Parliament has obstructed the possibility of creating Brexit. The government today tabled a motion for the future, which proposes that early parliamentary elections be held on Thursday, December 12. Given that a two-thirds majority is required (in accordance with the provisions of the Fixed-Term Parliaments Act 2011), it is unlikely that this measure has been screened. However, the Liberal Democrats and the Scottish National Party have said they will support an election that would be held three days earlier on Monday 9 December (the three days are important as they would reduce the risk of the government passing the withdrawal agreement through Parliament by then). If the Lib Dems want an early election, it is because they want to draw capital from their anti-Brexit registration information, which makes it essential to go to the country before Brexit becomes law; The reason the SNP claims to want an election is that Alex Salmond`s trial for various sexual assaults is scheduled for early new year. There are plans to pass a one-line bill that would require only a majority of a vote instead of a two-thirds majority – when time is running out because of the timing of the primaries for the dissolution of Parliament and the Labor Party could make changes that would slow down the process. But all the signs indicate that it is now very likely that we will have a general election on December 9th…. After Wednesday`s surprise offer, political analysts quickly speculated on who could replace them. Their departure, which would not take place before the May 22 withdrawal date, would leave the Conservative Party to elect a new leader to complete the process.