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EU leaders offer Brexit delay but only if MPs back May's deal

SBS Thursday, 21 March 2019
Mrs May's fellow European Union leaders, meeting for their spring summit, say they will tell her that Britain can postpone Brexit until May 22.
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News video: Brexit Delay Will Give Britain Time To Make Final Choice

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According to Reuters, on Thursday British Prime Minister Theresa May said a short delay to Britain’s departure from the European Union would give parliament time to make a final choice on Brexit, hours before she will make her case with EU leaders for an extension. As she arrived for an EU summit,...

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