At 11am on the 16th March 2017, The Queen officially signed the Brexit Bill into law, clearing the pathway for our Prime Minister Theresa May to trigger Article 50 and initiate proceedings for Britain’s official exit from the European Union.
Therese May now has the legal authority to activate Article 50 at a time of her choosing, and it is expected she will notify the EU no later than the 28th of this month.
Since the 23rd of June 2016 when the nation’s divided votes were tallied, the Defence Industry entered into unstable territory. The UK’s decision to leave the EU raises important questions for defence and security worldwide. These questions have provoked deep uncertainty and speculation at a time when Europe and the UK already find themselves in a challenging defence landscape; the ever increasing threat of terrorism, a resurgent Russia, the migrant crisis, a volatile…
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