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EU Leaders Could Avoid Final Call On Brexit Delay This Week

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EU Leaders Could Avoid Final Call On Brexit Delay This Week

EU Leaders Could Avoid Final Call On Brexit Delay This Week

According to Reuters, senior diplomats in the bloc said European Union leaders could hold off making any final decision on any Brexit delay when they meet in Brussels later this week.

The senior national diplomats in Brussels spoke on Monday afternoon after the UK’s speaker of parliament seemed to have dashed May’s hopes for a third House of Commons vote.

With no divorce agreement yet ratified, the UK parliament voted last week for May to seek a delay of the exit date.

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