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British parliament will have to decide on Brexit deal by January 2019: Davis


10/26/2017


David Davis is Britain’s Brexit Minister. Here is his timeline for Britain’s final call on its historic decision to leave the European Union.



On Thursday, Britain’s Brexit Minister informed the British parliament that it will have to decide whether to accept the government’s deal on the terms for Britain’s exit from the European Union by December 2018 or January 2019, given the speed of progress made in the Brexit negotiations with Brussels.
“If it goes to the timetable (EU negotiator) Mr Barnier expects, or wants to go to, which is October of 2018, it’s likely the European Parliament will vote December or January... we will have that put before the house before then, there’s no doubt about that,” said Davis to to the British parliament.
 
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