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Parliamentary questions
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5 March 2019
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Question for written answer E-001179-19
to the Council
Rule 130
Jane Collins (ENF)

 Subject:  Brexit negotiations

If the UK delays its departure from the European Union until a date after 29 March 2019, will the negotiations be able to continue despite the European Parliament no longer sitting?

Should the delay go on until after the European elections, when do the Council and the Commission envisage having a new Commission in place and able to discuss any proposed detail with the UK and other European institutions?

If the delay goes on until after 30 November 2019, is it the case that a new President of the Council will have to participate in negotiations?

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