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May’s Halloween Brexit Extension Could Come Back To Haunt Her – OpEd

Eurasia Review 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...
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News video: Tusk Warns “Don’t Waste Time” As Halloween Brexit Extension Granted

Tusk Warns “Don’t Waste Time” As Halloween Brexit Extension Granted 02:09

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...

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