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Sling them out or long delay: Europeans weigh Brexit options

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Mar 15, 2019 9:10 AM 1+ week ago

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union leaders will tell Prime Minister Theresa May next week how much longer Britain can stay in the bloc as British lawmakers struggle to agree on how and when, or even if, the country is leaving.

EU leaders meet for a two-day summit starting on Thursday, with many in two minds about how long Britain should get beyond the March 29 Brexit day, which is enshrined in law.

May, meanwhile, will ask the British parliament to back the deal she has negotiated with the EU for a third time, after it was twice roundly rejected.

Britain is due to leave in 14 days at the expiry of a two- year negotiating period launched by May. She has said she will ask to extend that to June 30 if her deal is approved next week, to give time for legislation. Despite frustration with London, EU leaders have indicated they would accept a "technical extension" of a few weeks if a ...

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