BRUSSELS (Reuters) – German Chancellor Angela Merkel talked about on Thursday that the extension of Britain’s exit from the European Union unless the atomize of October gave the most helpful probability of an trim Brexit.
“We regarded on the matter and determined to shift the date to October. We need an trim exit of Great Britain and an trim exit of Great Britain could even be handiest ensured if we give it some time”, she instructed a recordsdata convention after a assembly of EU leaders.
“The decisive point changed into when will the British parliament consent to the withdrawal agreement and we made it certain that that exit agreement applies and could no longer be changed”, she talked about.
Reporting by Philip Blenkinsop; editing by Bart Meijer