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France's Macron Says UK Needs To Justify Any Delay In Brexit With Clear New Choices

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France's Macron Says UK Needs To Justify Any Delay In Brexit With Clear New Choices

France's Macron Says UK Needs To Justify Any Delay In Brexit With Clear New Choices

According to a report by Reuters, on Wednesday, French President Emmanuel Macron said that the EU would only agree to extend the Brexit deadline if Britain could justify a delay with a clear objectives and new choices.

The UK is scheduled to leave the bloc in 30 days, however Prime Minister Theresa May has so far failed to get parliament to ratify a deal she agreed to back in November.

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