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The country voted to leave the EU and it is the duty of the Government and Parliament to make sure we do just that. There won’t be a second referendum.

The rules for exiting the EU are set out in Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union. This is the only lawful route for withdrawal from the EU under the Treaties. It was triggered on 29 March 2017.

The UK government want to establish a new strategic partnership between the UK and the EU. We are leaving the EU but we are not leaving Europe; we will stay reliable partners, willing allies, and close friends. We want a strong UK, working together with a strong EU in pursuit of our shared values and delivering for ordinary working people in the UK and in the EU.

 

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