Contact us
Register your interest

When:

Jan. 31, 2020

Where:

Multiple Locations

Expected operational date(s) TBC:

Jan. 30, 2020 to Feb. 1, 2020

The United Kingdom is set to formally leave the European Union on 31 January, becoming the first country to leave the bloc and reducing its membership from 28 to 27 nations.

AP is planning to bring you a range of services tailored to your needs.

The government plans to mark Brexit by projecting a clock onto the prime minister’s official residence at 10 Downing Street that will count down until 11 p.m. (2300 GMT) when the break officially takes place. The entire government neighbourhood of Whitehall is to be illuminated for the occasion as part of a light show, with the U.K.'s Union flag flown on all the poles in Parliament Square. Prime Minister Boris Johnson plans to make a speech that night to mark the occasion.

The only land frontier between the U.K. and the bloc - between EU member Ireland and the U.K.'s Northern Ireland - remains open, with goods and people flowing freely between the two sides without border checks.

The U.K.'s departure will open a new phase of Brexit, as Britain and the EU race to strike new relationships for trade, security and host of other areas by the end of 2020 – an ambition that is considered by many experts to be optimistic.

Facilities available at this event (5)

Live Position

Downing Street

London, UK

Single-camera 'street live' stand-up position with live views of Downing Street, the British Prime Minister’s residence.

Live Position

Lambeth Bridge

London, UK

Single-camera 'street live' stand-up position with live views of the River Thames, Houses of Parliament and Big Ben.

Live Position

Irish Border

Warrenpoint, UK

Single- and multi-camera live stand-up positions at Warrenpoint Port, at the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

Studio

London Studio

London, UK

Single-camera studio with live views of a number of iconic London skylines, including Westminster Abbey.

Studio

Brussels studios

Brussels, Belgium

Multi-camera Chromakey studios with backdrops of the European Commission, European Council, NATO Building, Brussels Skyline, La Grande Place and Cinquantenaire Arch.

Additional services

AP is offering a range of additional facilities at this event.

Custom live shots

On-camera reporters available in London and at the border in Ireland for live-stand up interviews in English.

Editorial support

AP will provide dedicated editorial support to correspondents working with AP at this event.

Multiformat playout facilities

Available in all locations.

International delivery via AP's networks

Available in all locations.

Now and upcoming in Europe

Use the forms to contact us and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

Alternatively, you can call us 24/7 at: +44 20 7482 7580