What many may already have expected has now been confirmed. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been forced by the House of Commons to request another delay of Brexit date at the European Commission.
The Commission granted the request – as a result, the new Brexit date is January 31, 2020. It still remains difficult to predict if the UK and the EU will be able to agree on a coordinated Brexit. All parties affected should thus implement precautionary measures.
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