The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss how EU leaders have agreed on a plan to delay the the Article 50 process which effectively postpones Brexit beyond the 29 March deadline.
The UK will now be offered a delay until the 22nd of May, only if MPs approve Theresa May’s withdrawal deal next week. If MPs do not approve May’s negotiated deal, then the EU will support a short delay until the 12th of April, allowing the UK extra time to get the deal passed or to “indicate a way forward”.
UK PM Theresa May said there was now a “clear choice” facing MPs, who could vote for a third time on her deal next week.
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European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker confirmed on Monday that he has agreed to the “legally binding changes” in British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal regarding the Irish border backstop. On the eve of Tuesday’s vote with MP’s, May flew to the French city of Strasbourg, where EU legislators were meeting, for talks with Juncker.
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UK Prime Minister Theresa May has clinched legally binding Brexit assurances from the European Union in a last-ditch attempt to win over rebellious British MPs who had threatened to vote down her divorce deal again.
The changes ensured the EU could not “try to trap the UK” in the so-called Irish backstop indefinitely.
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