THERESA May has been forced to accept that Britain may not leave the European Union on March 29. The Prime Minister still insists that she doesn't want a delay, but if one is needed it will be "as short as possible". What will happen if Britain extends Article 50? Extending Article 50 would give Parliament more time to finalise a deal. As it stands, Britain is still set to leave the EU on March 29, with or without a Brexit deal. Britain can withdraw Article 50 without seeking permission from EU officials, and the UK will stay in the EU. But to extend, Mrs May will have to go to Brussels and formally ask EU officials for the process to be extended -and all 27 other EU countries will need to agree. Tory former Chancellor Ken Clarke said he wanted to congratulate the Prime Minister on "accepting that we're not remotely ready for the chaos of a no-deal departure on March 29". British taxpayers would also face paying double its EU divorce bills if we stayed for an extra four months, … [Read more...] about What would happen if Britain extends Article 50 and what will this mean for Brexit?
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We've compiled information on how you should prepare for Brexit, whatever the scenario. There is a list of helpful websites at the end of the text and links throughout the story which you should also consult. SEE ALSO: No-deal Brexit: Country by country guide to how the rights of Britons will be affected SEE ALSO: In which German states and cities do all the Brits live British people already living in Germany If you’re living in Germany then you will have likely registered (angemeldet) already. If not you should do so immediately at your Einwohnermeldeamt. All citizens are required to do this within 14 days of arriving in Germany if they are staying longer than three months. In some places the Einwohnermeldeamt is known as the Kreisverwaltungsreferat (KVR), Bürgerbüro or Bürgeramt. When you change addresses in Germany you must deregister from your old address and register at your new one. An overview of all Einwohnermeldeämter is available here. What … [Read more...] about Prepare for Brexit: The ultimate checklist for Brits in Germany
TEEN JIHADI Shamima Begum said people should feel "sympathy" towards her as she "never did anything dangerous" - as she begged to return to the UK. Shamima Begum, 19, who gave birth to a baby boy in a Syrian refugee camp today, claimed she "didn't know what I was getting into when I left" and moaned how "I can't live in this camp forever." The Brit, 19, fled to Syria when she was 15, with two friends from Bethnal Green high school, East London, and married a Dutch ISIS fighter. Speaking to Sky News today after giving birth to a baby boy she saud people "should have sympathy towards me for everything I have been through." But the ISIS bride STILL does not regret joining the barbaric terror group - insisting "she had a good time" and seeing severed heads "made her stronger". She added: "I didn't know what I was getting into when I left. "I was hoping that maybe for the sake of me and my child they'd let me come back. "Because I can't live in this camp forever. "When I went to Syria I … [Read more...] about ISIS bride Shamima Begum says she deserves sympathy after giving birth in Syrian refugee camp – but STILL doesn’t regret joining terror group