"May ask the EU to postpone the brexit"
"the British prime minister, Theresa May are asking the EU countries that get put off brexit by June 30."
"the EU is reported to be questionable to an extension of the length."
"At question time in the house of commons in London, the day before she should make her request at the EU summit in Brussels, said in May that she will ask for an extension of the EU the exit from the 29 march to 30 June."
"– To extend it further than that is no use to anybody, said May in the house of commons."
"She insinuated that she, for her part, does not intend to remain as prime minister if brexitfrågan is unresolved on June 30."
"A longer extension would, said May, mean that parliament and the Uk would have to pay an additional countless number of hours to discuss the brexit, instead of other pressing issues. And with an exit later than June 30, would the Uk be forced to participate in the elections to the EUROPEAN parliament at the end of may, she claimed, and designated it as unthinkable."
"– It is absolutely crucial that this parliament delivers what the voters voted for, " said May, referring to the referendum on brexit in 2016, where a majority voted in favour of an exit."
"According to documents from the EUROPEAN commission, as the news agency Reuters has taken part of, not seen an extension from the 29 march to 30 June as the most appropriate. The options are, here, a withdrawal prior to the may 23, or an extension to the end of 2019."
"In the letter to the president of the European council Donald Tusk, writes May that her plan is to as soon as possible to let the parliament vote on the proposal to utträdesavtal. The crux of the matter is that parliament has already voted it down by a large majority, twice. And parliament's omskrivne speaker John Bercow has explained to May that she can't come back a third time with a proposal that looks the same."
"In the letter ask May the Tusk and the EU leaders agreed to endorse the documents relating to the exit that she and EUROPEAN commission president Jean-Claude Juncker discussed at a recent meeting. The government will also, she writes, to make their own additions to it in the past, rejected the proposal, which would get more people to vote for it."
"Prime minister Stefan Löfven (S) said during a consultation with the parliamentary committee on EU affairs ahead of the EU summit that Sweden is ready to accept an extension, even a longer such, if the british calls it."
"We expect that it will be clearer about how the Uk looks at the length of an extension," says Löfven on what he wish for a reply from Theresa May in Brussels."
"He says that the british request for an extension must be properly justified. What he has heard, he says, is the none of the 27 remaining EU countries that absolutely can not think of an extension."
"However, it is out of the question to negotiate utträdesavtalet from the EU's side, under the Leaves. It is as it is."
"He also said that the EU and Sweden is prepared to help the british. The alternative to a negotiated settlement is nothing to strive for."
"– A avtalslös brexit, it would be the worst, it would also be a bad start to negotiations on how the future relations between the EU and the Uk should look like, " says Stefan Löfven in the EU-tribunal."
"at the same time," said EU commission president Jean-Claude Juncker to the German Deutschlandfunk radio that he did not believe a decision on the brexit this week, reports the news agencies Reuters and AFP."
"– So long as we don't know what Britain can say yes or no to the can nor do we take any decision, " said Juncker."
"He adds that the EUROPEAN union approached the united kingdom, but that it is not possible to get further from the union side."
"– There will be no renegotiation, no new negotiations, no further guarantees."
"the EU and the Uk have negotiated a utträdesavtal which in detail regulates the uk exit from the EU, scheduled for the 29 march 2019. In the agreement included everything from the future of rights for EU citizens in the Uk and vice versa, to financial settlements in areas such as pensions and contributions to the EU projects which the Uk promised to be with and finance."
"If the agreement is approved by the Uk parliament and the EU parliament will begin a 21-month transitional period until 31 december 2020, in order to further facilitate for the people and companies adapt."
"If the agreement is not approved – for example, because of disagreements in the british parliament – is, however, the risk of a avtalslöst withdrawal and in such cases an abrupt amended relationship then all sorts of EU rules and permit to expire immediately from the 30th of march."
"to alleviate the consequences of a possible avtalslös situation is currently preparing both the EU and the Uk emergency measures. The EUROPEAN commission has put forward 18 nödförslag to mitigate the effects of, for example, students, fisheries, and air traffic. On the EUROPEAN commission website is also 88 due diligence of the impact within a wide range of areas."