Tusk foresees an extension in Brexit talks of at least a year: official
Thursday, 14 March 2019 () A long extension of Brexit talks between the EU and London means at least a year and would require Britain to hold elections to the European parliament in May, a senior EU official said on Thursday.
According to a report by Reuters, on Thursday, a senior EU official said that a long extension of Brexit talks means at least a year and would require Britain to hold election to the European Parliament in May. Donald Tusk, the chairman of European Union leaders, said that he would urge EU heads of...
According to Reuters, European Union leaders are considering an extension for the UK's withdrawal notice.
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A long extension of Brexit talks between the EU and London means at least a year and would require Britain to hold elections to the European parliament in May, a... Reuters India Also reported by •Reuters •FXstreet.com
The chairman of European Union leaders Donald Tusk said on Thursday he would ask EU heads of state and government to be open to granting Britain a long extension... Reuters Also reported by •RTE.ie •Firstpost •FXstreet.com
An extension of Brexit talks beyond the date of European Parliament elections in late May would mean that Britain would have to take part in European Parliament... Reuters Also reported by •FXstreet.com