London / Brussels (dpa) - Eight weeks before Britain's planned withdrawal from the EU on 31 October, the struggle for Brexit enters a hot period. These dates can be foreseen:
September 9: The law against the no-deal Brexit should come into force with the signing by the Queen. On the same day, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson wants to call again for a new election before Parliament may be sent to compulsory detention.
September 11: EU ambassadors deal with developments in the Brexit dispute.
12th September: At the latest on this day, the British Parliament should go into the forced break.
16 September: The European Parliament returns from its summer break.
October 14: The British Parliament is reopened by reading the government's program by the Queen.
October 15: Desired date of the Johnson administration for a parliamentary election in the UK.
In Brussels, the remaining 27 EU member states want to discuss the Brexit at ministerial level.
17 and 18 October: EU Summit of Heads of State and Government.
October 19: deadline in the law against a no-deal Brexit expires. If no exit agreement has been ratified by then, the British Prime Minister must request a postponement of Brexit.
October 31: Previously announced last day of British EU membership.