A unanimous agreement of the EU-27 heads of state and government was reached in Brussels, just before midnight, extending the original 29 March, 2019 deadline to April 12, 2019 - just two weeks down the road, giving the UK more time to figure out what Brexit will finally look like. If the UK parliament approves Theresa May's deal next week, the new date will instead be May 22, 2019.
According to the different scenarios to be drawn from the conclusions of the Brexit summit that were approved...
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