Theresa May and EU are Considering Postponement of Brexit
The vote on their Brexit deal was postponed: Now the British Prime Minister is considering a delay of the EU’s exit. The EU would be ready for that.
Although British Prime Minister Theresa May and the European Union (EU) are currently examining a Brexit shift, according to a report by the British newspaper Telegraph, the London government is considering postponing the EU’s exit from the country by up to two months. At the same time, according to a report by the British Guardian, the EU is considering postponing for a full two years.
The previous exit date of 29 March 2019 would be obsolete. For a delay, three British ministers had recently pronounced.
In a joint post in the Daily Mail, Economics Minister Greg Clark, Labor Minister Amber Rudd, and Justice Minister David Gauke on Saturday warned against a “disastrous” unregulated Brexit: it would weaken national security, severely damage the economy, and lead to the collapse of the UK.
Therefore, Brexit must be postponed, should Prime Minister May in the next few days no support in Parliament for their withdrawal agreement with the EU.