>> Brexit will begin on March the 29th. British Prime Minister, Theresa Mays' office confirming the trigger date for Article 50. It's understood she will write to the EU next Wednesday. The letter formally starting the clock ticking on a two year negotiation period for the UK's departure. EU Chief, Donald Tusk, has reportedly been informed of Downing Street's intentions.
>> Nearly ten months have passed since Britain voted to leave the EU. The pound plummeted on the shock of the vote, but the UK economy has faired better than initially forecast. Economists will be waiting to see if that changes when the talks actually begin.