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UK Must Justify Brexit Delay

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UK Must Justify Brexit Delay

UK Must Justify Brexit Delay

British Prime Minister Theresa May is being pushed against the wall regarding her Brexit procedures.

An EU executive announced Britain will be required to justify any request to postpone Brexit beyond the end of the month of March.

Reuters reports that EU leaders say they will put a priority on avoiding disrupting EU institutions in considering it.

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