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Britain has requested Brexit delay until June 30: PM

Britain has asked EU leaders to delay Brexit until June 30, Prime Minister Theresa May told parliament on Wednesday, on eve of an EU summit in Brussels.

May said she had written to EU President Donald Tusk “informing him that the UK seeks an extension to the Article 50 period to June 30”, she said.


A failure to scenario plan on Brexit is not an option for publicly-listed companies that face obligations under company law to report material risks


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