Generation Brexit

Possibility to 'Cancel' Brexit

According to an advocate general of the European Court of Justice, the UK should theoretically be able to pull out of Article 50 and stop its withdrawal from the EU, if it chose to do so. Although this opinion is not binding and the ECJ has yet to deliver its final ruling, this is a promising development and possibility for the UK, as it is extremely unlikely PM May’s withdrawal plan will pass through Parliament. Instead of risking the possibility of a no-deal Brexit, the British government should seriously consider asking for an extension of Article 50 or withdrawing it all together. This option, along with a Norway plus style model, are possibilities that must be considered by the PM and her cabinet if the withdrawal deal is rejected – these are the only ways to avoid the chaos of a no-deal exit from the EU.

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