uropean Council President Donald Tusk warns it could take Britain up to seven years to negotiate its way out of the EU in the event of a Brexit. If the UK does vote to leave, how long will it actually take?
Divorces are messy, prolonged affairs, and if Brexit occurs it will be no exception.
Surprisingly for such a major issue facing the UK, there is no agreement as to how long it would actually take Britain to leave the bloc.
While some say two-years, others predict negotiations could last more than 10 years. RT looks at the varying predictions over how long a Brexit will take.
Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty says that a member state seeking to leave the EU has two-years to complete negotiations on how it will withdraw and what it’s relationship with the bloc will be like post-Brexit.
If UK does vote for Brexit, how long will it take to actually leave the EU?
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