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EU's Tusk Will Support Extending Brexit Period

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EU's Tusk Will Support Extending Brexit Period

EU's Tusk Will Support Extending Brexit Period

According to Reuters, European Union leaders are considering an extension for the UK's withdrawal notice.

Ahead of an EU summit next week, European Council President Donald Tusk said he will appeal to extend Article 50 so the United Kingdom can build a Brexit consensus.

A senior official with the EU added that the council president thinks the UK will need at least a year to reach a national consensus on Brexit, after the deal was rejected twice by the the British parliament.

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