Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday, 16 March, signed the bill to start the process of withdrawal from the EU, reports the news service of the BBC.
Three days earlier a bill on Brexit was finally approved by the British Parliament.
The new law provides for the activation of Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, according to which each member country of the European Union have the right to leave. For this the country must formally notify their decision of the European Council, followed by a process of negotiation, which is given for two years.
According to the Prime Minister of great Britain Theresa may, she intends to run Brexit until the end of March.