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If we consider Brexit to take place on 31 October 2019 as planned, does that mean this day would be the last day for the United Kingdom being still part of the EU, or does it mean from that day the UK would no longlonger be part of the EU? Or in other words, would the final leave take place just at 1st November instead?

Moreover, if there would not be any deal between the EU and the UK, would it mean that

  • the UK will be finally out of the EU and there would be no "undo option" (except a theoretical application to become candidate country again)
  • European foreigners in the UK without valid permission would be "illegally" in the UK
  • border controls would be applied everywhere, also at the Channel Tunnel etc.?

If we consider Brexit to take place on 31 October 2019 as planned, does that mean this day would be the last day for the United Kingdom being still part of the EU, or does it mean from that day the UK would no long be part of the EU? Or in other words, would the final leave take place just at 1st November instead?

Moreover, if there would not be any deal between the EU and the UK, would it mean that

  • the UK will be finally out of the EU and there would be no "undo option" (except a theoretical application to become candidate country again)
  • European foreigners in the UK without valid permission would be "illegally" in the UK
  • border controls would be applied everywhere, also at the Channel Tunnel etc.?

If we consider Brexit to take place on 31 October 2019 as planned, does that mean this day would be the last day for the United Kingdom being still part of the EU, or does it mean from that day the UK would no longer be part of the EU? Or in other words, would the final leave take place just at 1st November instead?

Moreover, if there would not be any deal between the EU and the UK, would it mean that

  • the UK will be finally out of the EU and there would be no "undo option" (except a theoretical application to become candidate country again)
  • European foreigners in the UK without valid permission would be "illegally" in the UK
  • border controls would be applied everywhere, also at the Channel Tunnel etc.?
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If we consider Brexit to take place on 31 October 2019 as planned, does that mean this day would be the last day for Great Britainthe United Kingdom being still part of the EU, or does it mean from that day Great Britainthe UK would no morelong be part of the EU? Or in other words, would the final leave take place just at 1st November instead?

Moreover, if there would not be any deal between the EU and Great Britainthe UK, would it mean that

  • Great Britainthe UK will be finally out of the EU and there would be no "undo option" (except a theoretical application to become candidate country again)
  • European foreigners in GBthe UK without valid permission would be "illegally" in GBthe UK
  • border controls would be applied everywhere, also at the Channel Tunnel etc.?

If we consider Brexit to take place on 31 October 2019 as planned, does that mean this day would be the last day for Great Britain being still part of the EU, or does it mean from that day Great Britain would no more be part of the EU? Or in other words, would the final leave take place just at 1st November instead?

Moreover, if there would not be any deal between the EU and Great Britain, would it mean that

  • Great Britain will be finally out of the EU and there would be no "undo option" (except a theoretical application to become candidate country again)
  • European foreigners in GB without valid permission would be "illegally" in GB
  • border controls would be applied everywhere, also at the Channel Tunnel etc.?

If we consider Brexit to take place on 31 October 2019 as planned, does that mean this day would be the last day for the United Kingdom being still part of the EU, or does it mean from that day the UK would no long be part of the EU? Or in other words, would the final leave take place just at 1st November instead?

Moreover, if there would not be any deal between the EU and the UK, would it mean that

  • the UK will be finally out of the EU and there would be no "undo option" (except a theoretical application to become candidate country again)
  • European foreigners in the UK without valid permission would be "illegally" in the UK
  • border controls would be applied everywhere, also at the Channel Tunnel etc.?
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