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France's Conditions For Another Brexit Delay

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France's Conditions For Another Brexit Delay

France's Conditions For Another Brexit Delay

According to Reuters, French President Emmanuel Macron’s office set out blunt conditions on Tuesday as Prime Minister Theresa May headed for Paris to ask him to agree to a delay in Britain’s departure from the European Union.

More than a week after the United Kingdom was originally supposed to leave, the weakest British prime minister in a generation has said she fears Brexit might never happen as she battles to get a divorce deal ratified by a divided parliament.

As her ministers held crisis talks in London with the Labour Party in the hope of breaking the domestic deadlock, May dashed to Berlin and then Paris, hoping to rally Europe’s two most powerful leaders behind her request to delay Brexit a second time, from April 12 to June 30.

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