February 6, 2019
The British government is working in private to engineer another delay to Brexit, this time a two month period pushing back the legally enshrined March 29th departure date.
Christened with another obscuring name akin to the negotiation period, transition period, and even a mooted extension to the transition period — all simply means of delaying the actual date the United Kingdom becomes free of the European Union — the new so-called “grace period” is now being discussed in “secret” meetings in Westminster by senior members of the Government.
Rees-Mogg: ‘Delay’ Is Code for Stopping Brexit https://t.co/ctZ0Mof2ZH
— Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) February 4, 2019
The British Government will call on the European Union to allow the country a two month “grace period” after the official Brexit date, according to claims about “secret” meetings reported by the Daily Telegraph, which are reportedly being held between senior ministers.
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