Thursday, 21 March 2019 () The European Union could offer Britain a limited Brexit extension until May 22 if parliament supports UK prime ministerTheresa May's twice-rejected divorce deal. Draft conclusions from a Brussels summit to consider London’s request for a short delay to Britain’s EU departure said it would not be possible to pushback the Brexit date after the bloc's parliament elections, scheduled for May 23. Mrs May is hoping to convince EU leaders to agree to an extension of three months to the original departure date of March 29. Any request to delay...
Theresa May’s request for a Brexit extension lacks meaning without the support of parliament and the European Union should not decide on it before this becomes clear, a senior member of German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives said. “May just asked #EU for short #Brexit extension. But...
Prime Minister Theresa May signaled to other EU leaders on Wednesday she was open to accepting a longer Brexit delay if she could cut it short, EU officials said, describing her performance at a summit..
Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said he was open to either a short or long extension to Article 50, as he arrived at the EU summit in Brussels. Mr Varadkar is meeting other EU leaders for a crunch summit..
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A second referendum on Britain's withdrawal from the European Union, snap elections, and an additional Brexit extension are among the possible options for... Reuters Also reported by •RTE.ie •SBS •Newsday •WorldNews •Sify
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz was reported by Reuters, as saying that there is currently no reason for a Brexit extension.
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More comments are crossing the wires from the UK Brexit Minister Barclay after he said that the Parliament will pass a law to block no-deal Brexit.
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