May’s Halloween Brexit Extension Could Come Back To Haunt Her – OpEd
Sunday, 14 April 2019 By Andrew Hammond*
The House of Commons adjourned last Thursday night for a two-week recess after an agreement on the latest Brexit extension to October 31. While many MPs have welcomed the new Halloween deadline, it represents a classic Brussels fudge that may be more “trick” than “treat” for London and potentially...
The EU has agreed to a flexible extension of the Brexit deadline, moving it to 31 October 2019. PM Theresa May dashed to Brussels late on Wednesday night to make a case for the extension. French President Emmanuel Macron was the only member of the EU initially against the longer extension, but...
The prime minister has made a statement in the House of Commons following the UK's agreement on Wednesday night to a Brexit extension until 31st October. Britain has the option to leave the EU before..
Theresa May has arrived back at Downing Street having secured an extension to Article 50 on Wednesday evening in Brussels. The UK has agreed to the EU's offer of a flexible Brexit extension until 31st..
Sterling stalled and the FTSE 100 barely moved on Thursday as markets digested the EU's extension to Britain's deadline for leaving the EU. As David Pollard reports, one analyst described the six-month..
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The EU has granted the UK a flexible extension of Article 50 until 31st October. Sir Keir Starmer welcomed the news, saying: "I think businesses and communities across the country will be very relieved..