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British PM asks EU to delay Brexit until June 30
06 April 2019, 12:31 | Tara Lloyd
Yvette Cooper tabled a bill to prevent a no-deal Brexit
Earlier on Friday, an European Union official said Tusk would suggest to member states that they offer Britain a flexible 12-month delay to Brexit, removing some of the pressure on May to ram through a deal by next Wednesday's summit meeting.
May also told EU Council president Donald Tusk in a formal letter that Britain would start preparing for its participation in European Parliament elections in case it is still a member of the bloc when they begin on May 23.
In response Sammy Wilson tweeted: "The Chancellor's comments regarding a second referendum seem to indicate the beginning of another U-turn from a Government which promised us that we would leave on the 29th March, no deal was better than a bad deal and that they would never agree to a border in the Irish Sea".
Mr Farage's comments came after Theresa May said the Government would begin "responsible preparations" for the United Kingdom to take part in the European Parliament elections on May 23 if her Withdrawal Agreement has not been ratified by then.
Labour, which she turned to reluctantly after failing three times to get her deal passed, said the government "has not offered real change or compromise" in three days of talks. Such a long extension means Britain would be required to hold elections for the European parliament.
But she conceded that this process could take time and will probably force Britain to take part in European Parliament elections at the end of May, almost three years after United Kingdom voters opted to leave the bloc.
He said the Government wanted "absolute clarity that as soon as we have done the deal we are able to bring that extension to an end".
In fact the June 30 date was Theresa May's request of her fellow leaders at last month's European summit. No I'm not - actually I've got many other things in my life I'd like to do, I thought we'd won the Brexit battle but I'm not going to after 25 years of endeavour watch British politicians roll us over.
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The UK prime minister says it is "frustrating" that Britain hasn't yet resolved the situation. It was endorsed earlier by the lower House of Commons by just one vote.
May cited talks with opposition Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn aimed at breaking the Brexit impasse as a reason for further delay in the letter, which was released by her office on Friday.
If Britain "were still a member state of the European Union on May 23 2019, it would be under a legal obligation to hold the elections", May wrote.
The 25 lawmakers, nearly all from areas which voted to leave the European Union in a 2016 referendum, said the talks "represent a real opportunity" for Corbyn, a way to get a deal which would meet Labour's demands for a Brexit that protected workers' rights.
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Both main parties made commitments after the referendum to deliver Brexit, but they never settled on a plan for how to leave or what future relationship to seek.
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