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Observer: Britain may transfer brexit-days - conservative and labour party representatives have been preparing for it for weeks
The uk part of the conservative party and labour party representatives is planning the country's EU-eropäivä transfer.If the prime minister Theresa May is unable to get the parliament to support the EU-divorce settlement, British brexit-days may be transferred to, told the Observer. EPA/AOP

the Matter told the Observer magazine.

Journal of information, according to party mps are willing to force the British government to transfer the brexit-days up to several months, if the prime minister Theresa May not succeed to get a divorce settlement for the support of parliament during the month of January.

the Parties have discussed the matter for several weeks. Currently Britain the EU-the difference is due to come into force on 29. march, but eropäivää may be postponed up to July.

the Observer the discussion has also been involved in May's own government ministers.

I've been in these conversations with the ministers. They won't tell publicly, but of course, the deferral option is taken into account, one May conservative party representatives said.

– If we want to purposefully avoid the distinction without a contract and if the prime minister's agreement failed, we have to stop the clock to get the time to decide, whatever we decide in that situation.

Conservative mp Dominic Grieve believes that although May get parliament's approval of the divorce settlement, eropäivää should nevertheless move. The difference between enabling changes in the law through the export of not according to him sufficient time, with the EU-the difference would go smoothly.

the EU has made it clear that it would be prepared to consider a British eropäivä be postponed. The EU has stressed, however, that the postponement is not tarkoittais8i the agreement for opening negotiations.

the EU allowed extra time, if Britain held, for example, a second referendum on the EU gap.

Grieve said he liked the second referendum possible. The prime minister May, however, on several occasions knocked out of the proposal.

Source: Observer

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