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Donald Tusk says short Brexit delay possible

FT.com Wednesday, 20 March 2019
European Council president will give extension if a deal is passed
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A "short" delay to Brexit will be possible provided Parliament votes for Theresa May's deal, European Council president Donald Tusk has said. Mr Tusk said he had spoken to the Prime Minister after receiving her formal request for an extension of the Article 50 withdrawal process to the end of June.

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