UK has no intention of asking for longer Brexit transition, says Barclay

UK has no intention of asking for longer Brexit transition, says Barclay
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  • calendar-gray 19 October 2019

Britain has no intention of extending the transition period that follows Brexit past the current December 2020 end date, Brexit minister Stephen Barclay said on Saturday, APA reports citing BBC News.

“We have no intention of going beyond December 2020,” Barclay said.

Asked if Prime Minister Boris Johnson would ask the European Union to delay Brexit past the current Oct. 31 deadline if the law required it, Barclay said Johnson would comply with the law.

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