"Tired of squabbling over brexit never end?"
"Sorry, but expect that it may last for at least a year."
"If the EU, as expected, extends the deadline substantially disappears the threat of a crash but also the pressure on the british to agree. And in the scenes, waiting for Boris."
"are you one of those who believe that when you wake up Thursday morning after EUROPEAN leaders extrainkallade summit in Brussels, as to the question of what happens with the brexit to be resolved? In that case, I have a proposal. Forget it."
"the Uncertainty and the chaos will continue for the simple reason that so long as the british can't agree on brexit it's not going to happen. But all options will continue to be left on the table. Except that the Uk leaving the EU without an agreement. An option to which both the EU and a majority of the members of the british parliament see as the worst of all and at all costs trying to prevent."
"Anywhere goes it's probably a limit, but in practice the EU is willing to give the Uk an unlimited amount of time to decide for a solution that a majority can accept."
"An excellent approach to avoid utträdeskaos but bad from another aspect."
"With a deadline very far away reduces the pressure on the british politicians to agree. There is an obvious risk that the internal wrangling will continue indefinitely or that something happens that completely changes the conditions."
"Theresa May is already very loose, as prime minister. She has, in effect, lost confidence even among their own conservative members. When the parties 314 members voted to ask Brussels for more time, it was only the 133 said yes. The rest voted against or to abstain to show their displeasure."
"so Far, May behold an admirable perseverance in spite of the massive criticism she endured from all the holes but somewhere, perhaps, the cup runs over, even for her. Brexitanhängare with Boris Johnston in the tip are eagerly waiting to take over. Such a personförändring at the top would hardly benefit the relations with the EU, but rather contribute to increased chaos."
"A number of the hard brexitörerna has already threatened that a new british government will not feel bound by any agreements which May do. Instead, you are thinking deliberately sabotage the work of the EU, to veto any decision, and the general setting to the mess."
"Something the EU said that it will not accept. Therefore, will an extension be reconciled with the conditions that the british cooperate and behave themselves. But the question is how legally watertight it is possible to do.the nEtt election in the united kingdom can not be ruled out."
"A long extension increases the risk that unknown factors are putting into it."
"Why is the EU president Donald Tusks proposal for a flexible deadline, a so-called flextension, not so stupid and started will likely to be accepted by EU leaders. It is to put a deadline at the year-end or a year from now. But if the british manage to agree before then, they can leave with short notice."
"An encouragement for those who want to brexit should get rid of but that greatly reduces the risk to the british suddenly pushed over the cliff without anyone wants it. Also do not have the EU's 27 leaders ever to gather for extraordinary summits. The EU can devote force to other important issues."
"A complication with a long extension is that the british are forced to participate in the elections to the EUROPEAN parliament. It is a geographical Theresa May and something brexitanhängarna greatly dislike. But as a british commentator put it; "
"Everything indicates that the EU leaders give the british a hearty extension of the deadline for brexit. Not to be nice but because that option with shortages, flygkaos and the economic hangover is so much worse."
"That they would refuse to extend the deadline and thereby force the british to crash out of the EUROPEAN union on Friday is out of the question."
"But it gets to the price of that uncertainty continues for everyone."