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EU preparing to offer Theresa May a two-month delay to Brexit

FT.com Thursday, 21 March 2019 ()
Offer conditional upon UK MPs approving a withdrawal agreement next week
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News video: May wins Brexit reprieve, with a catch

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EU leaders have granted the UK a two-week Brexit reprieve. But it must now agree on Theresa May's deal or find another plan. Lucy Fielder reports.

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