May consider Brexit with two months to postpone

The British prime minister, Theresa May, is considering the Brexit by two months, to avoid a ‘no deal-Brexit’, reports the British newspaper The Telegraph.

Sunday was also well-known that May the second vote on its Brexit-deal in parliament has been postponed. A new deal with the European Union was Wednesday expected, but is now postponed until 12 march.

If that deal is not accepted by the parliament, May according to the newspaper a uitstelverzoek in the EU.

In the weekend have three ministers in the British newspaper The Daily Mail said that they have a ‘no deal-Brexit’ would like to prevent. The three, Greg Clark, David Gauke, and Amber Rudd, requirements that May Brexit postponed if there is not soon a breakthrough around the Brexit deal is reached.

A spokesman of the British government has Monday morning to let you know that Downing Street has multiple options considering for the scenario in which the house of Commons May deal wegstemt.

Leaders of EU countries to discuss postponement to 2021

The British newspaper The Guardian reported on Monday that the leaders of the EU countries, among whom Mark Rutte, the postponement of the Brexit until 2021 discuss.

The leaders would be more and more annoyed with May’s approach. With the two extra years they think the future relationship with the United Kingdom to better capture.

In a grace period of two months will see the EU according to The Guardian nothing, because the Brexit then it may be again postponed.

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