The UK Leaves the European Union
Jan. 31, 2020
Jan. 31, 2020
The United Kingdom’s departure from the European Union has been delayed until 31 January 2020.
AP is planning to bring you a range of services tailored to your needs.Brussels offered a three-month postponement to avert a chaotic departure just three days before the U.K. was due to become the first country ever to leave the 28-nation bloc on 31 October.
Under the terms of the agreed delay, the U.K. can leave before 31 January - on 30 November or 31 December - if the British and European parliaments both ratify a Brexit divorce agreement in advance.
If the divorce deal is not ratified, the U.K. will crash out of the bloc on 31 January – unless a further extension can be negotiated.
Single- and multi-camera live stand-up positions at Warrenpoint Port, at the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
Single- and multi-camera live stand-up positions with views of the entrance to Dover ferry terminal, Dover Castle and the White Cliffs.
Single-camera live stand-up positions with views of the entrance to the ferry terminal in Calais.
Single-camera 'street live' positions on Abingdon Green, opposite the Palace of Westminster.
Single-camera 'street-live' positions outside the Berlaymont Building.
Single-camera studio with live views of a number of iconic London skylines, including Westminster Abbey.
Multi-camera Chromakey studios with backdrops of the European Commission, European Council, NATO Building, Brussels Skyline, La Grande Place and Cinquantenaire Arch.