"Next Wednesday, the government will deliver on that decision and formally start the process by triggering Article 50", Brexit secretary David Davis said in a statement Monday.
"I have also been clear that as we leave the European Union I will work to deliver a deal that works for the whole of the United Kingdom".
Once article 50 is invoked, the ball will be in the court of the European Union to produce a response, which is expected to take place within 24 hours.
"There will be a letter and she will notify President Tusk in writing".
Britain believes it can negotiate the exit agreement and a deal on future relations within the two-year negotiating period, although diplomats are sceptical.
The Prime Minister was expected formally to start negotiations with other European Union member states last week, after Parliament had passed a law allowing talks to begin.
"Everything is ready on this side", Margaritis Schinas, the spokesman for European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker, told a briefing. Leaders of the 27 nations will then meet in April or May to finalize their negotiating platform.
Meanwhile, Downing Street denied reports suggesting that ministers were considering a snap election after triggering Article 50.
But like any divorce, things may not go to plan.
Theresa May has said she believes that "no deal is better than a bad deal".
Many in government expect the start of the talks to be hard: "get ready for a spot of turbulence" says one of those intimately involved in the preparations for the negotiations.
Conflicts are likely to arise soon.
A figure of £57 billion to cover contingency liabilities to European Union, are costs that may arise in the future but can not be quantified at present, has been quoted.
British negotiators are sure to quibble over the size of that tab.
"This is not only the beginning of the process, it's also the beginning of a process by which the delusions of the Brexiteers will have a very brutal collision with reality", former U.K. Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said in an interview.
Amid fears of the impact on jobs and growth of leaving the single market, May is pushing for "maximum possible access" for British companies.
There's also a chance Britain could walk away early without a deal if it thinks the talks are going nowhere.
That prospect alarms many British businesses.
"The attitude that the Scottish National Party (SNP) takes to the passage of Brexit-related legislation in Westminster could affect the smoothness with which that legislation passes through Parliament if they join forces with the Labour Party and Conservative rebels", it added. "So Britain will exit the European Union on 29 March 2019", the Downing Street spokesperson said.
That's the way it went at the Atlanta Motor Speedway on Sunday in the second race of the season in NASCAR's premier Cup category. Elliott had a fast Chevrolet, as he proved conclusively after incurring a pit road speeding penalty on Lap 212.
While appearing before a public hearing of the House Intelligence Committee, the directors were asked by chairman Rep. On March 4, the president claimed in a tweet that Obama had tapped his phones during the presidential election.
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She added that this is opening the way for the Europeans to build up their own military force, parallel with NATO's. Earlier, the two sat in the White House Oval Office before news cameras, declining urges to shake hands.
In the film, the attractive Belle is imprisoned in an enchanted castle by a fearsome Beast , who soon falls in love with her. Sung by Watson, the song narrates a new scene in which Belle learns of her childhood and what happened to her mother.
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Police said Sunday night that William Bryant Rawlinson, 58, of Silver Spring, Md., was arrested on a charge of unlawful entry. CNN says there was no confirmation there was any device in the vehicle but security at the White House has been upgraded.
Tesla to discontinue entry-level Model S 60 and 60D saloons
Tesla may have seen the S 60 and 60D as an unnecessary part of the line-up, hence, the decision to completely remove them. Those who ordered a Model S 60 or 60D ended up paying to unlock the battery storage limit and raise it to 75kWh.