European Council President Donald Tusk stated on Twitter the EU’s 27 other nations agreed to take”that the UK’s petition to get a Brexit flex tension before 31 January 2020. The choice is expected to be formalized via a written process.” The expression flex tension usually means the UK is going to have the ability to leave sooner if the Brexit bargain procured by Prime Minister Boris Johnson is ratified before January 31.
Tusk’s statement came as European Union diplomats met in Brussels to sign off to the delay for Britain’s death, which was around October 31.
Leaving the envoys, EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier told me that”it was a brief and effective and constructive assembly and I am glad that the decision was taken.” He declined to offer specifics of the discussions.
In London, British politicians have been afterward put to vote on whether to hold an early election to attempt and break the nation’s deadlock over Brexit. Johnson needs a December 12 election, but seems unlikely to get the necessary support from two-thirds of all lawmakers.
Two opposition parties aim to push a December 9 election if Johnson’s proposition fails.