Here are plans for AP’s upcoming coverage of negotiations over Britain’s split from the European Union.
Sunday, Jan. 27
LONDON _ Spot news, daily developments, political movement as Britain prepares for a vital Parliament session on Tuesday about how to proceed with the stalled Brexit process. By Gregory Katz. UPCOMING: 440 words by 1800 GMT, photos.
Monday, Jan. 28
LONDON _ Spot news, daily developments, political movement as Britain prepares for vital Parliament session on Tuesday on how to proceed with stalled Brexit process. UPCOMING: 750 words by 1500 GMT, photos, video.
LONDON _ More than two years after Britons voted to leave the European Union, the Brexit process continues to coin new words. From backstop to Brexiteer, the AP deciphers the key terms. By Jill Lawless. UPCOMING: 500 words by 1300 GMT, photos.
Tuesday Jan. 29
LONDON _ Rolling, all-day coverage of the Brexit debate, including the introduction of various amendments designed to rule out the ‘no-deal’ option. Voting expected roughly 1900 GMT but may be slowed by amendments. Key EU leaders meet in Brussels to discuss the fallout. UPCOMING: 750 words by 1300 GMT, developing; photos, video.
Wednesday, Jan. 30
LONDON _ Following political developments as the UK government deals with the impact of any amendments and changes to the Brexit process. Monitoring the prime minister for a possible return to Brussels for more negotiations. UPCOMING: 800 words by 1300 GMT.
WESTERN WALES _ Sheep farmers in western Wales export almost all of their meat to the EU, and are increasingly concerned that Britain will exit the trade bloc without a deal that protects their livelihoods. UPCOMING: 800 words by 1200 GMT, photos, video.
Thursday, Jan. 31
NORTHWEST PORTUGAL _ Brexit won’t just hurt the UK economy. As its consequences ripple across the EU, small countries with significant trade with Britain could feel a lot of economic pain. Portugal fears it could lose 26 percent of its exports _ meaning livelihoods are on the line in Portugal’s key textile industry. By Barry Hatton. UPCOMING: 800 words by 1200 GMT, photos, video.
Friday, Feb. 1
BREXIT-COLLEGE OF EUROPE
BRUGES, Belgium _ The College of Europe has long been known for promoting academic cooperation across EU borders and producing the best European Union functionaries. It is also famous for a speech 30 years ago by British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher that some see as sowing the seeds of Brexit. Now British students at the college have a front-row seat to Britain’s divorce from the bloc, which is hitting academia hard. By Raf Casert. UPCOMING: 800 words, photos, video.