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British PM requests three month Brexit extension

British Prime Minister Theresa May has written to the European Union, requesting that Brexit be postponed by three months. Ms May has told the House of Commons that she is unwilling to extend any longer than June 30, warning that the delay doesn’t rule out the possibility of a no-deal divorce. European Council President Donald Tusk says a short extension to Article 50 is an option on the condition that MPs pass what would be the third revision on the withdrawal agreement. It comes after Ms May issued a late-night statement from Downing Street on the 1000th day since the EU referendum, in which she said she was on the public’s side against MPs who have ‘done everything possible to avoid making a choice’.

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