Published: Вс, Апреля 14, 2019
Worldwide | By Myra Stephens

EU Agrees to Delay Brexit Until Oct. 31, Review in June

EU Agrees to Delay Brexit Until Oct. 31, Review in June

Mrs May made her plea as she defended her decision to accept a six month extension to Article 50, potentially delaying Britain's exit from the European Union to Halloween on 31 October.

But the eurosceptics in her party were in less reflective mood, warning May that if the result of negotiations with Labour was that they were asked to vote again on an unchanged deal, they would be ready to reject it for a fourth time.

Opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, with whom May is trying to negotiate a compromise on the shape of Britain's long-term relationship with the European Union, was critical of the need for further delay. With the ultimate decision on this lying with Brussels (and the member states, each of which has the ability to veto an extension outright), it felt a far cry from the picture of a Britain "taking back control" that the government and Leave supporters had propounded in the wake of the 2016 referendum.

"Please, do not waste this time", European Council President Donald Tusk said.

May said ongoing talks on a possible way forward with the main opposition party, Labour, were constructive, adding that she hopes they will produce a "single unified approach" to put before parliament.

The recruitment of Ms Rees-Mogg represented a major publicity coup for Mr Farage as campaigning began for the European elections now due to take place on May 23 after EU leaders agreed a further six-month delay to Brexit.

The pressure on May is increasing, with hardline Brexit supporters criticising her for twice begging the European Union to delay Britain's departure and many mainstream Conservatives suggesting she has failed to build consensus.

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This is the second extension to the Brexit deadline after the original leaving date of March 29 was delayed until April 12. The new deadline is October 31.

Hammond said he expected the government and Labour would strike a deal in the next couple of months.

Speaking at a campaign launch event in Coventry, he said their "mission" was to lead a "democratic revolution" against a political class which had betrayed the voters over Brexit. "But it became clear pretty early on. that our Remainer parliament, our Remainer cabinet and indeed our Remainer prime minister were going to do their utmost to delay, dilute and in many occasions to actually stop and overturn Brexit".

If May fails to win over lawmakers on the treaty or fails to hold an election, Britain will leave with no deal on June 1.

"UKIP would introduce the separation of prisoners or prisons exclusively for Islamic prisoners who promote extremism or try to convert non-Islamic prisoners", the manifesto said.

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