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The New Brexit Deadlines Agreed To By The EU

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The New Brexit Deadlines Agreed To By The EU

The New Brexit Deadlines Agreed To By The EU

The EU has agreed to extend the exit date for the UK from the original 29 March deadline.

PM Theresa May has to have her deal through parliament by 12 April.

If she succeeds, the Brexit dat will move to 22 May to give both the EU and the UK time to prepare.

However, if she can’t get parliament to pass her withdrawal deal, the UK will have a choice between asking for a longer extension period, or exiting without a deal on 12 April.

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