France and Germany signal possible agreement to delay Brexit


French and German officials have made comments suggesting they are open to agreeing a delay to the UK's withdrawal from the European Union due on March 29th, as Prime Minsiter Theresa May prepares to return to parliament with a revised Brexit deal after surviving a 'no confidence' vote by MPs on Tuesday evening.

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Germany and France have signalled their willingness to delay Brexit as Michel Barnier offered to renegotiate with Theresa May should she be able to build a majority with Labour in favour of a closer relationship with the EU, reports The Guardian.