Dutch PM Rutte: May’s letter alone not enough to grant new Brexit delay

THE HAGUE (Reuters) – Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said on Friday that Britain’s request to delay Brexit until June 30 needs to be “clarified” before or at a summit of European Union leaders next week before EU can grant a postponement.

“Theresa May’s letter raises many questions, which need to be discussed,” Rutte told reporters. “We hope for more clarity from London before next Wednesday.”

Rutte said he held out hope that talks between the May

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