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EU leaders are preparing to delay Brexit until July or possibly longer if Parliament cannot agree a deal, it has been claimed.
Brussels is reportedly expecting the British government to ask for an extension to Article 50, allowing Theresa May more time to get a deal through Parliament.
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Mrs May is expected to lose Commons the vote on her withdrawal deal on Tuesday, raising the prospect of a no-deal departure on March 29.
Brexit could be postponed even longer if a general election or second referendum takes place, the Guardian reported.
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An EU source told the newspaper: 'Should the prime minister survive and inform us that she needs more time to win round parliament to a deal, a technical extension up to July will be offered.'
EU leaders could reportedly agree to delay Brexit at a leaders' summit organised by Donald Tusk.
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Should the EU not agree to a postponing of Brexit then the UK would leave the EU without a deal on March 29.
A longer extension could clash with the European Parliament elections scheduled for May.
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Britain is currently not expected to take part in the elections and will no longer have any...
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