Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP

[co-author: Anu Khela, Paralegal]

Monday, December 10 – Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) ruling on whether the United Kingdom can unilaterally revoke Article 50 (08:00 GMT); House of Commons debate on Brexit deal continues from around 15:30/16:30 GMT

Tuesday, December 11 – Meaningful Vote debate concludes followed by votes (votes should commence around 20:45 GMT)

Wednesday, December 12 – Prime Minister Questions (PMQs), followed by potential statement by Prime Minister on next steps

Thursday, December 13 – U.K. Supreme Court ruling in Wightman case (applying preliminary ruling from CJEU) (09:30 GMT); European Council Summit begins in Brussels (evening)

Friday, December 14 – European Council Summit continues in Brussels

Monday, December 17– Prime Minister statement to House of Commons (15:30 GMT)

Please note that the above timings are potentially subject to some change (for example, House of Commons’ Meaningful Vote on Tuesday, December 11 might be delayed; Parliament is still in deadlock and the whips are still determining next steps