With May’s purported approval from the Cabinet earlier this year, the EU Commission was expected to make the draft publicly available and for the sake of brevity, a much shorter declaration would outline future security and economic Britain relations with the EU. In addition, the remaining member states in the EU would discuss the possibility of planning an emergency summit to sign off on the deal.
Ultimately, it will still come down to the backing by the Parliament and the latest delay simply adds another twist to the ongoing Brexit saga.
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