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Watch: the Brexit negotiations so far - in 60 seconds

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Watch: the Brexit negotiations so far - in 60 seconds

<p>How do you feel the Brexit negotiations have progressed so far? Watch our video for a sense of how the key players have been reacting….</p> <p>Below is a timeline around the talks.</p> <h3>2013</h3> <p><strong>January 23</strong> British prime minister David Cameron says he is in favour of an in-out referendum on the UK’s future in the European Union.</p> <h3>2015</h3> <p><strong>December 17</strong> A law is passed paving the way for a referendum to be held.</p> <h3>2016</h3> <p><strong>February 2</strong> After meeting with Cameron, the EU publishes proposals aimed at keeping the UK in the bloc.</p> <p><strong>February 22</strong> Cameron announces a referendum will be held on June 23.</p> <p><strong>June 23</strong> Britain unexpectedly votes to quit the European Union, by 51.9 percent to 48.1 percent.</p> <p><strong>June 24</strong> Cameron announces his resignation and three weeks later is replaced by Theresa May.</p> <p><strong>October 2</strong> May says Article 50 – the formal process for leaving the EU – will be triggered by the end of March 2017</p> <p><strong>December 6</strong> MPs back a vote to respect the referendum result and call on the government to publish a plan for leaving the EU before Article 50 is triggered.</p> <h3>2017</h3> <p><strong>March 29</strong> May triggers Article 50 by writing to European Council chief Donald Tusk and formally notifying him of UK’s intention to leave the EU.</p> <p><strong>April 18</strong> PM May, contrary to previous denials, calls a general election for June 8, 2017.</p> <p><strong>June 8</strong> May’s election gamble backfires. She loses her majority but remains the biggest party in parliament.</p> <p><strong>June 19</strong> Brexit negotiations formally get underway between Britain’s David Davis and the EU’s negotiator Michel Barnier.</p> <p><strong>July 17</strong> The second round of negotiations take place, with citizens’ rights post-Brexit and the Northern Ireland border high on the agenda.</p> <p><strong>December</strong> The EU wants the principles of the divorce to be agreed by the end of the year, allowing both sides to move on to discuss future trading arrangements.</p> <p><iframe src="https://www.facebook.com/plugins/video.php?href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Feuronews%2Fvideos%2F10155172695678110%2F&show_text=1&width=560" width="560" height="457" style="border:none;overflow:hidden" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" allowTransparency="true"></iframe></p> <h1>TO <span class="caps">COME</span></h1> <h3>2018</h3> <p><strong>October</strong> The EU would like to wrap up the deal within 18 months, to allow EU leaders to then ratify the agreement.</p> <h3>2019</h3> <p><strong>March 29</strong> Brexit: the date on which the UK is expected to leave the EU.</p>