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Brexit & A Legal Challenge From Germany

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Brexit & A Legal Challenge From Germany

Brexit & A Legal Challenge From Germany

According to Reuters, Britain could face an EU legal challenge if it seeks to delay Brexit because of the impact on EU legislative elections, a legal opinion produced for Germany’s Bundestag said, potentially making it difficult for Berlin to back anything but a short extension.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Wednesday that if Britain needed more time to sort out its departure from the European Union, she would not refuse.

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