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Last week, the EU gave the UK the extension it so desperately needs to sort out Brexit.
Good news, right?
But you might be sitting here and thinking “Okay… but what does that actually mean?”
Don’t worry, you’re not alone and indy100 is here to explain what’s going on through the universal language of GIFs.
It's time to brush up on the differences between your EEAs and ERGs.
First, the UK has an extension until 12 April, no matter what happens.
The EU will give us an extension until 22 May to pass the laws we need to leave and then...
But this week, MPs are expected to hold “indicative votes” on the options to see which one has the most support in parliament, which could mean...
And anyone who tells you they know what’s going to happen next is lying.
But one thing is definitely true - the government needs to get a grip and come up with something.
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