Fresh off a visit to the EU-Arab summit Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt,  British Prime Minister Theresa May told the press that an extension of Article 50 - the provision that gives any EU member the right to quit the block unilaterally and outlines the procedure for doing so - does not provide a guarantee that the House of Commons will vote in favour of a withdrawal agreement.
“What it does is precisely what the word ‘delay’ says. It just delays the point at which you come to that decision; And I thin...

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