Britain will set in motion the Brexit timetable toward the end of March next year, according to a voting by the British Parliament Wednesday night.
The parliament discussed for seven hours on Labor Party's motion that the government should publish negotiation terms and specific text prior to starting the Brexit talks.
The motion was endorsed by some Conservative MPs. It was reported that Prime Minister Theresa May once expressed agreement with the Labor motion.
On the same day, the supreme court continued hearing the British government Brexit appeal case. But the defendant lawyer contended that the discussion and voting in the parliament will not affect the hearing results of the Supreme Court.
Just a day earlier, the European Union's chief negotiator said in Brussels that the Brexit negotiation must end by the end of October 2018, half a year ahead of the years as is expected by Britain.