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THE GUARDIAN WRITES 25. 02. 2019.   >>  18:21 0

THE GUARDIAN WRITES

Brexit could be delayed until 2021

Top EU officials are seriously considering delaying Brexit until 2021 as Brussels grows increasingly exasperated by the UK's handling of the matter, the Guardian reported on Sunday.

The plans, which would see the March deadline extended by a further two years, are reportedly favoured by EU Council president Donald Tusk and EU Commission secretary-general Martin Selmayr.

The Guardian quoted unnamed senior EU officials as saying they were unwilling to consider a short-term extension, fearing that would just delay ongoing problems by a few months, but were more receptive to a two-year moratorium.

Reports of the EU's plans came just hours after UK Prime Minister Theresa May sparked outrage by suggesting parliament may not be able to vote on her Brexit deal until March 12, just days before Britain is set to leave the EU.

The decision increases the chances that MPs will themselves move to delay Brexit beyond March 29, to avoid a potentially disastrous situation where Britain exits with no agreement at all.

May had held out the possibility of a vote this week, but said Sunday she was still discussing with the EU possible amendments to the deal's arrangements for the Irish border.

"As we're continuing with those talks, we won't bring a meaningful vote to parliament this week," she told reporters as she arrived at a summit of European and Arab leaders in Egypt.

"But that will happen by March 12. And we still have it within our grasp to leave the European Union with a deal on March 29."

Since MPs rejected her withdrawal deal last month, May has sought to address their concerns about the text's "backstop" arrangement, which is designed to keep the border with Ireland free flowing.

She is meeting with European Council chief Donald Tusk and German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the two-day summit in Sharm el-Sheikh, and her team will also return to Brussels on Tuesday.

But opposition politicians and pro-European MPs in London reacted with fury at what they believe is a deliberate strategy of delay.

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