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After a turbulent political period following the Brexit referendum, the U.K. government is due to officially notify the European Union of its intention to withdraw from the bloc on March 29. On that date, Prime Minister Theresa May will formally invoke Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, setting off a two-year negotiation period before Brexit can occur in 2019. Negotiations will be guided by 12 key principles, including controlling migration to the U.K. outside of the current Free Movement rules, but also protecting the rights of those already in Europe (and conversely the U.K.).
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