UK Prime Minister Theresa May told she will require another brief extensive wing of Brexit in order to pass the deal she acknowledged with the European Union. UK Prime Minister came out of seven hours of devour discussions with her ministers and also offered to meet rival Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn for discussion on a joint approach which could break the recent standoff in the parliament.

UK President told from her Downing Street office in televised remarks addressing the nation, “ leaving with a deal is the best solution”. She told, “ we will need a further extension to Article 50, one that is as short as possible, and which ends when we pass a deal”.

Article 50 is the pulling back notice which sent by UK Prime Minister Theresa May in March 2017. EU leaders have consented to extend the original Brexit deadline of 29th March until 12th April for avoiding a bias “no-deal” ending to the 46 years EU-UK partnership.

UK Prime Minister emphasized that the 27 EU leaders would require to know why Brexit should force again before authorizing her request, which requires unanimous backing.

She said, “ We need to be clear what such an extension is to ensure we leave in a timely and orderly way”. She also added, “ This debate, this division, cannot drag on much longer”.

UK Prime Minister desired to meet with Corbyn ”to try to agree a plan — that we would both stick to — to ensure that we leave the European Union and that we do so with a deal”.

There was no urgent response to her comments from the Labour leader. The House of Commons has declined the separation deal of Theresa May with Brussels three times and is presently attempting to emerge an alternative way forward. Its two initial venture to arrive a consent on a Plan B has failed.

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