BREXIT EXTENSION UK PM sends unsigned letter to EU asking for Brexit delay


After Parliament voted on an extension to a BREXIT, Prime Minister Boris Johnson, pulled the debate on the new BREXIT Deal and was forced by law, to send an extension request to the EU.

In a move that some branded as an attempt to frustrate the Law (The Ben Act), he sent an unsigned photocopy letter to the European Union requesting a delay to Britain’s exit from the bloc but added another “Dear Donald” note in which he explained that he did not want a “deeply corrosive” Brexit extension.

Johnson had previously said he would rather be “dead in a ditch” than ask for any extension to the Oct. 31 deadline.

Tusk said he had received the request from Johnson and “I will now start consulting EU leaders on how to react,” he said on Twitter.

The Scotish Court resumes its deliberations today about whether the PM attempted to frustrate the Ben Act…