seeks further delay to Brexit, compromise with Labour Party

 Prime Minister Theresa May said on Tuesday she would ask the European

Union for a further delay to Brexit beyond

April 12 to give her time to sit down with the opposition Labour Party in a bid to

break the impasse over Britain’s departure.

Nearly three years since the United Kingdom voted to leave the EU in a shock referend

um result, British politics is in crisis and it is unclear how, when or if it will ever

leave the European club it first joined in 1973.

In a hastily arranged statement from her Downing Street office after spending

more than seven hours

chairing crisis cabinet meetings on how to plot a way out of the Brexit maze, May

said she was seeking a further extension to Brexit.

“We will need a further extension of Article 50, one that is as short as possible and which ends when we p

ass a deal. And we need to be clear what such an extension is for, to ensure we leave in a timely and orderly way,” she said.

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