UK, EU agree to take more Brexit time after no-result summit


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(Worthy News) - European Union leaders gave themselves several more weeks - perhaps until the end of the year - to clinch a friendly divorce with Britain before their separation, after a Brexit summit Wednesday avoided any friction but also produced no tangible results.

British Prime Minister Theresa May provided none of the substantial new proposals that EU Council chief Donald Tusk had urged her to bring to the table, giving the 27 other leaders little more than a plea for goodwill.

Officials said there were hints that Britain might consider extending a post-Brexit transition period beyond the proposed 21 months to make talks on a future trade relationship easier. [ Source: Washington Times (Read More...) ]

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2 thoughts on “UK, EU agree to take more Brexit time after no-result summit

  1. The UK and EU need more time to figure out ways to make the Brits think that they're really going to leave the EU, but actually are looking for ways to keep the UK under the authority of the EU.
    The Brits voted to get out ............ and they're not going to get it unless they revolt against Theresa May and the Queen. Yes, that's right ... the Queen! Who do you think is one of the key proponents of a One World Government? The Queen is looking towards being the world's First World Queen.

  2. We need the Republic of Ireland to stop trying to fulfil the nationalist dream by using a regulatrory border between Northern Ireland and the GB mainland as a way to wrest Northern Ireland away from the UK.

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