After the meeting in Brussels, Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar tweeted about the outcome. His tweet clearly enlists 3 possible paths which the UK may take as it proceeds to Brexit. Britain can either enjoy an extension till 31st October, partake in the parliamentary elections or leave EU without a deal.
And we’re done. (1) Flextension to Oct 31st (2) We’ll take stock of situation at our regular summit in June (3) UK to take part in @Europarl_EN election or must leave on June 1st without a deal.
Good night !
— Leo Varadkar (@LeoVaradkar) April 11, 2019
The United Kingdom will have to participate and vote in European parliamentary elections. Britain can take this option otherwise prepare to leave the EU on June 1.
Irish PM, Leo Varadkar, said this today as he tweeted after British PM Theresa May met her 26 EU colleagues in Brussels.