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European Union leaders in the early morning hours Thursday agreed to delay brexit Intel the end of October averting a Friday departure from the E. U. that's according to diplomatic sources after late night wrangling at an emergency summit in Brussels European Council president Donald tusk announced the breakthrough on Twitter but provided no details and said he'll meet with U. K. prime minister Theresa may on the agreements the decision to extend Friday's deadline appears to be better than what may had hoped for after she made an hour long pitch for a second extension Intel June thirtieth now Britain will not crash out of the block on Friday and it gives me more time to build a parliamentary majority behind the withdrawal treaty she negotiated with the E. U. last year leaders agreed to meet again in June to assess the situation but Britain could still leave by then it may succeeds in building a coalition for her deal with the labor opposition though there is no sign of agreement yet