Brexit negotiation is soon to take effect and UK will commence the deal by March 2017, Prime Minister Theresa May said.

The Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty states that United Kingdom is looking at summer of 2019 to leave the European Union, all according to BBC News.

In a speech on Tory Party conference, Theresa May said that the United Kingdom government will negotiate with the European Union as an "independent, sovereign" country, the side added.

As for the people who voted against Brexit and is still in denial, the Prime Minister said, "It is up to the government not to question, quibble or backslide on what we have been instructed to do, but to get on with the job."

Adding, "We are going to be a fully independent, sovereign country - a country that is no longer part of a political union with supranational institutions that can override national parliaments and courts," she continues, "truly global Britain is possible, and it is in sight", adding: "We don't need - as I sometimes hear people say - to 'punch above our weight' because our weight is substantial enough already," as reported by BBC News.

She previously announced that Article 50 will not commence this year, but the process of stirring away from the union would be complex and is hoping for a much smoother "process of negotiation" for other EU member, the PM said in a BBC One interview.

"It's not just important for the UK, but important for Europe as a whole that we're able to do this in the best possible way so we have the least disruption for businesses, and when we leave the EU we have a smooth transition from the EU," Mrs. May added.

However, after announcing the Brexit negotiations' calenadar, the sterling pound struck the lowest exchange rate against dollar since July. BBC News published, this recent movement in Brexit negotiations pound fell by one percent against euro and dollar.