In Politics: Brexit deadline pushed back to October

The Brexit deadline has been pushed back again — this time until Oct. 31, granting U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May six months to consider a new plan. We talked to London-based German journalist Imke Henkel to hear more about what the extension means for Britain and Europe.

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This week, European Union leaders granted U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May a six-month extension for the Brexit process, pushing back the deadline for Britain to leave the EU to Oct. 31. We heard from London-based German journalist Imke Henkel about the mood in London and what the decision means for Europe as a whole.

 

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