European Council President Donald Tusk mentioned on Thursday all Brexit choices have been nonetheless open for Britain till April 12 after a summit of EU leaders agreed on Prime Minister Theresa Might’s request to delay the go away date from March 29.
“Till that date (April 12), all choices will stay open and the cliff-edge date shall be delayed. The UK authorities will nonetheless have a selection between a deal, no deal, a protracted extension or revoking Article 50,” he informed a information convention.
“The 12th of April is a key date when it comes to the UK deciding whether or not to carry European Parliament elections. If it has not determined to take action by then, the choice of lengthy extension will robotically turn into unattainable.”
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