The Great Britain will name a new country prime-minister and the Conservative party leader on 23 July. The new head of British Cabinet of Ministers will be elected between two candidates fighting for this post — a former head of Ministry of Foreign Affairs Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt, an acting one. Theresa May will have been performing duties of prime-minister until this moment. As sources from Brussels reported to the Guardian the European Union is going to offer Boris Johnson another prolongation of the deadlines for Britain leaving the EU. Brussels is going to make this step to give the prime-minister an additional chance to support the Brexit arrangement by conservatives. The sources reported that the new postponement of Brexit will let negotiate and if the arrangement would not be reached the Conservatives can use an additional time to prepare for Brexit without arrangement.
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