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A new Brexit bill doesn’t allow the EU to unilaterally extend the Brexit date

A new Brexit bill doesn’t allow the EU to unilaterally extend the Brexit date

A new EU withdrawal bill allows the EU to choose the length of a further Brexit extension and the UK has no say in it. This part of the Brexit extension bill is v. significant. But they can’t seriously be proposing a bill that will allow the EU to unilaterally impose and dictate the length of a further Brexit extension. #StandUp4Brexit pic.twitter.com/IiuHEL4ViNThis means the EU could extend it by ten years and the British Prime Minister would have to agree. This request should be for an extension of three months, pushing the Brexit date back from 31 October to 31 January.

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