British Prime Minister Theresa May arrived in Brussels on 21 March to push her one-off request for a three-month extension for the Brexit date, which would extend well past the European parliamentary elections that are scheduled for late May.

The leaders of the EU-27, who were gathering in Brussels to discuss May's request, showed little appetite for granting an extension to embattled UK prime minister, particularly when she incapable of providing a guarantee that a third meaningful vote in t...

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