If Theresa May asks for an extension to Brexit this month, the EU will force Britain to pay an extra £1Billion per month.
In yet another shocking twist to the whole farce of Brexit and the way MP’S have dealt with it, Britain could face £13.5 billion extra costs in a Brexit divorce deal.
EU officials are said to be growing tired of the long winded Brexit talks, hardening their stance and possibly could force Brits to stay in a customs union over any delay.
If Theresa May’s deal is yet again defeated in the House Of Commons, then MP’S could vote on an extension to Article 50.
As reported in The Daily Telegraph; May has suggested a 3 month delay, If this happens the EU will demand more money if the delay is more than a few weeks!
A source from the EU stated:
“Lines are hardening against extension… Anything more than a few weeks will come with legal and financial conditions attached.”
Let’s just hope the EU don’t force Britain into a customs union deal, Brexiteers will not take this news lightly and the repercussions could be devastating.
In over words MP’S, wake up and listen to the people!
This said, all 27 member states in the EU will need to agree to an extension to article 50, only if requested by Prime Minister May.
There has been no sign of a breakthrough so far so May will have to take her deal to Parliament on Tuesday, with the controversial Irish backstop still in place.
PM May has said if she loses the vote on Tuesday, then there will be no further votes on Wednesday and Thursday, on leaving with a ‘No Deal’ and an extension to Article 50.
The deadline for Brexit is the 29th March 2019.