Brussels plunged into CHAOS after May’s Article 50 timetable scuppers Eurocrats’ plans

Tuesday, March 21, 2017
By Paul Martin

EUROCRATS from across the Brussels bloc have reportedly been forced to re-think their own Brexit plans after Theresa May delayed the triggering of Article 50 until March 29.

Tue, Mar 21, 2017

Officials and diplomats from across the sprawling European superstate were hoping to hold a council of the EU’s remaining 27 nations as early as April 6.

EU governments will need to agree on “guidelines” which will set the basis of negotiations and what type of Brexit deal that bloc will offer Britain.

Yet the bloc has reportedly been forced to push back their timetable after the Prime Minister revealed she was carrying out a Brexit tour of Britain’s devolved nations before officially pulling Britain out the EU.

An EU source told the Times: “UK notification on March 29 does not leave sufficient time to prepare a European Council on April 6-7 to adopt the Brexit guidelines.”

The anonymous source added that while no specific date had been set, the remaining 27 EU states would need between four and six weeks to prepare a rough Brexit plan.

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