I posted a few days ago, and updated that post online, about the Exit day and the Brexit date.
The Brexit date in international law is 12th April, and the Exit day in UK law is 12th April.
Today, as expected, the UK did not meet the terms of the later Brexit date offered by the EU of 22nd May.
In addition, the EU-UK Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration package is not ratified.
The EU has called an emergency sitting of the European Council on 10th April. At this the EU27 will consider any representation made for another later Brexit date.
EU Commission: ‘No deal on April 12 is now a likely scenario. The benefits of the Withdrawal Agreement, including a transition period, will in no circumstances be replicated in a no deal scenario. Sectoral mini-deals are not an option.