No-deal Brexit

A no-deal Brexit was the potential withdrawal of the UK from the European Union (EU) without a withdrawal agreement. Under article 50 of the Treaty on EU, the Treaties of the European Union would have ceased to apply once a withdrawal agreement was ratified or if two years had passed since a member state had indicated its will to leave. The two-year period could have been extended by unanimous consent from all member states, including the member state that was wishing to leave.


A no-deal Brexit was the potential withdrawal of the UK from the European Union (EU) without a withdrawal agreement. Under article 50 of the Treaty on EU, the Treaties of the European Union would have ceased to apply once a withdrawal agreement was ratified or if two years had passed since a member state had indicated its will to leave. The two-year period could have been extended by unanimous consent from all member states, including the member state that was wishing to leave.
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