President of the European Council, Donald Task told the EU could mandate the request of Britain for a short holding to Brexit but only if British MPs vote through the pulling back deal they have declined twice.
Mr Tusk told the reporters before a day, the leaders were to assemble for a vital summit, “I believe a short extension will be possible but it will be conditional on a positive vote on the withdrawal agreement in the House of Commons ”
UK Prime Minister questioned the EU to delay Brexit until 30th June as she slated to suppress an intensifying political crisis, but confronted warnings which Britain could still thrash out of the bloc in nine days.
The pound rammed on currency markets as European Union leaders and British parliamentarians replied with doubtfulness to her request.
Precisely, 1,000 days on from seismic poll of Britain to exit the EU, a separation deal clinched by the UK Prime Minister, leaving the country amid unpredictability.
She wants to pull back the 29th March exit date to attempt one more time for getting her agreement passed, but told any suspension beyond the end of June would threaten the trust of a voter.
However, the European Commission suggested EU leaders that it would be more suitable to have a brief delay on 23rd May, while voting started in European Parliament elections – or a much longer one, until the end by 2019.
The other 27 leaders of EU must unitedly agree on any delay, but Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker told it was unlikely that decide in this week unless London settles a clear plan, recommending another meeting might be required in the next week.