If the deal with the European Union, proposed by British Prime Minister Theresa May, is not ratified by the British Parliament, the European Union can offer to postpone the withdrawal of the United Kingdom on March 31, 2020, the Guardian writes, citing its own sources. It is reported that this proposal was contained in the internal documents of the EU before, but was not announced. Such a postponing of the country's withdrawal from the European Union will give Brussels the opportunity to work during the year without UK intervention in the EU’s long-term plans and return to the issue of Brexit early next year. A longer delay, according to Brussels, would not be effective, since it could lead to abuse by the UK.
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