Sources: EU said to be planning a Brexit delay until March next year or even longer – The Times
Tuesday, 12 March 2019 The UK Times quoted an excerpt from the report, citing senior the European Union (EU officials and diplomats, as saying that the EU is reportedly planning for a long extension.
The excerpt read: “Martin Selmayr, the EU's top civil servant and one of the key figures in recent Brexit talks, backs a delay until March next year or even longer, according to sources. During a briefing to European ambassadors yesterday he said that an extension would have to be a "one-off" and could be short if Theresa May gets the withdrawal agreement through the Commons, or long enough for "UK elections and a new government" if she fails.”
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