Now the British authorities must find a better solution for leaving the EU before the end of October.The European Union and the United Kingdom agreed to the transfer of Brekzita until October 31, 2019. About this in his Twitter said the chairman of the European Council Donald Tusk.
EU27/UK have agreed a flexible extension until 31 October. This means additional six months for the UK to find the best possible solution.— Donald Tusk (@eucopresident) April 10, 2019
“27 EU countries and the UK have agreed on a flexible extension of Brexit until October 31. That gives Britain an extra six months to find the best possible solution. ”
According to The Guardian, British Prime Minister Teresa May agreed to the proposal. May said that Britain could withdraw from the European Union before the elections to the European Parliament, which will be held on May 22, if the country’s parliament agrees on conditions for leaving the EU. Otherwise, they will have to take part in the elections.
On November 15, 2018, the British Cabinet of Ministers adopted an agreement on exit from the EU. After the discussion, the Brekzita Minister and the Minister of Labor of the country resigned. On January 15, the House of Commons rejected Tereza May ’s plan to leave the EU. On March 20, May asked theEuropean Union to transfer Brekzit from March 29 to June 30. On March 23, in the center of London, there was a mass march against Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union, in which hundreds of thousands of people participated, demanding a new referendum.
On April 4, the European Parliament approved a visa-free regime with the UK after Brekzita for short trips. On April 9, the British Parliament approved a bill that obliges the government to request a deferment of Brexit in order to avoid withdrawal from the EU without an agreement.