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Theresa May formally begins the process to leave European Union.
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Michela Magas discusses her European Prize for Women Innovators (R)
Britain will formally give notice to President of the European Council, Donald Tusk.
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As Britain prepares to formally exit the EU, we'll hear from voters in Portsmouth.
British Prime Minister Theresa May triggers Article 50, what challenges face the UK?
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A special broadcast from Boston, Lincolnshire, on the day PM May triggers Brexit
Britain to trigger Article 50 to mark formal EU departure
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The British Prime Minister is to trigger the formal process of withdrawing from the EU
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Britain formally notifies the EU of its intention to leave, initiating negotiations phase
After 26 years in jail the veteran anti-apartheid activist had no time for bitterness (R)
The two year countdown has begun on Britain's departure from the European Union.
Theresa May’s letter to EU starts formal Brexit process.
Theresa May's letter to EU starts formal Brexit process
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The life and times of the leading South African activist who died this week. (R)
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