Exit day is 31st October 2019
On the evening of 14th May (two days ago), the UK Government said it would bring the EU (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill to Parliament in the week beginning 3rd June 2019 (two weeks time).
The EU (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill is not published. The Bill is needed to implement the EU-UK Withdrawal Agreement that is signed but not ratified by the UK.
This Institute for Government explainer sets out information about the Bill – here.
It is unlikely that Parliament will enact the Bill. There are a number of reasons for this, covered in the Institute for Government explainer and publicised almost daily in the media. I will issue a new Blog post if it is; and if it is, it will be a major change to the going forward arrangements.
The Exit day is the day the UK leaves the EU, unless Article 50 is revoked in which case there is no Exit day.
The arrangements for conducting trade with the EU and other matters regulated presently by EU law, after Exit day, will be as set out in ‘No Deal’ Notices and other instructions, and may be subject to change as these arrangements firm up, or new arrangements created. This Blog contains many posts drawing attention to these new arrangements (please check the different Blog categories). I update the posts online if there are updates. Or I issue new Blog posts.
Changes in the date of the Exit day must be agreed between the EU and the UK, and are not in the gift of one side unilaterally. By decision of the European Court, Article 50 may be revoked by the UK on its own.
[The Exit day may change, please keep following this Blog]