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Friday is Brexit Day, or at least I’m pretty sure that’s what it says in the EU Withdrawal Act (2018). Yes: there it is under the heading General and Final Provision, Clause 20: “In this Act ‘exit day’ means 29 March 2019 at 11.00 p.m”. So, that’s clear then. We can light the bonfires in celebration if we are Brexiteers or drown our sorrows in prosecco if Remainers; the law of the land states unequivocally that by Saturday morning we will once again be an independent, sovereign nation.

Would that it were so straightforward. Despite the date being written into statute and endorsed twice by overwhelming majorities in the Commons, it has been changed to April 12 or May 22; and it will almost certainly...

Friday is Brexit Day, or at least I’m pretty sure that’s what it says in the EU Withdrawal Act (2018). Yes: there it is under the heading General and Final Provision, Clause 20: “In this Act ‘exit day’ means 29 March 2019 at 11.00 p.m”. So, that’s clear then. We can light the bonfires in celebration if we are Brexiteers or drown our sorrows in prosecco if Remainers; the law of the land states unequivocally that by Saturday morning we will once again be an independent, sovereign nation.

Would that it were so straightforward. Despite the date being written into statute and endorsed twice by overwhelming majorities in the Commons, it has been changed to April 12 or May 22; and it will almost certainly...

Friday is Brexit Day, or at least I’m pretty sure that’s what it says in the EU Withdrawal Act (2018). Yes: there it is under the heading General and Final Provision, Clause 20: “In this Act ‘exit day’ means 29 March 2019 at 11.00 p.m”. So, that’s clear then. We can light the bonfires in celebration if we are Brexiteers or drown our sorrows in prosecco if Remainers; the law of the land states unequivocally that by Saturday morning we will once again be an independent, sovereign nation.

Would that it were so straightforward. Despite the date being written into statute and endorsed twice by overwhelming majorities in the Commons, it has been changed to April 12 or May 22; and it will almost certainly...

Friday is Brexit Day, or at least I’m pretty sure that’s what it says in the EU Withdrawal Act (2018). Yes: there it is under the heading General and Final Provision, Clause 20: “In this Act ‘exit day’ means 29 March 2019 at 11.00 p.m”. So, that’s clear then. We can light the bonfires in celebration if we are Brexiteers or drown our sorrows in prosecco if Remainers; the law of the land states unequivocally that by Saturday morning we will once again be an independent, sovereign nation.

Would that it were so straightforward. Despite the date being written into statute and endorsed twice by overwhelming majorities in the Commons, it has been changed to April 12 or May 22; and it will almost certainly...