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May Says U.K. Could Extend Brexit Transition by a Few Months

Thursday, 18 October 2018 16:09 WIB Theresa May Speech Theresa May

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May said she is weighing a plan that would extend a transition period, which is already due to keep the U.K. bound to EU rules for 21 months after Brexit day, for a “matter of months.” “A further idea that has emerged is to create an option that extends the implementation period for a matter of months,” May told reporters in Brussels on Thursday. “This is not expected to be used because we are working to ensure that we have the future relationship in place by the end of 2020. I’m clear that I expect the implementation period to end at the end of 2020.” May signaled her willingness to give ground on transition during talks with fellow EU leaders at a...

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