Brexit – The European Council (Art. 50) Conclusions, 21 March 2019


Friday, March 22, 2019    / 07:59AM / By EU / Header Image Credit: Corporate Dispatch


Key Decisions

  1. The European Council takes note of the letter of Prime Minister Theresa May of 20 March 2019.


  1. In response, the European Council approves the Instrument relating to the Withdrawal Agreement and the Joint Statement supplementing the Political Declaration agreed between the European Commission and the government of the United Kingdom in Strasbourg on 11 March 2019.


  1. The European Council agrees to an extension until 22 May 2019, provided the Withdrawal Agreement is approved by the House of Commons next week. If the Withdrawal Agreement is not approved by the House of Commons next week, the European Council agrees to an extension until 12 April 2019 and expects the United Kingdom to indicate a way forward before this date for consideration by the European Council.


  1. The European Council reiterates that there can be no opening of the Withdrawal Agreement that was agreed between the Union and the United Kingdom in November 2018. Any unilateral commitment, statement or other act should be compatible with the letter and the spirit of the Withdrawal Agreement.


  1. The European Council calls for work to be continued on preparedness and contingency at all levels for the consequences of the United Kingdom’s withdrawal, taking into account all possible outcomes.


  1. The European Council will remain seized of the matter.



European Council (Art. 50) conclusions, 21 March 2019 


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