LONDON — British Prime Minister Theresa May is requesting that the deadline for her nation to go away the European Union be extended until June 30.
In a letter to European Council President Donald Tusk Friday, May talked about that “the United Kingdom proposes that this period should end on 30 June, 2019.”
EU leaders agreed late ultimate month to elongate the Brexit date from March 29 until April 12, besides May could push their mutually agreed divorce deal by Parliament.
The Europeans would love that Britain don’t take part inside the May 23-26 EU elections if it’s going to depart. April 12 is the ultimate day for Britain to signal whether or not or not it will space candidates.