Someone said :
Time will be made for a referendum if such is the will of the British people.
Europe has always extended deadlines and made time when time was needed.
The only question is: will the UK get MP's during the extension?
- If they do not, how to make sure the parliament is legally constituted, while the UK remains an MP-less member;
- If they do, how will it affect the extra MP's other countries like Ireland are suppose to get:
* Will they be elected and put on ice, maybe for the hole term if the UK pulls out of pulling out eventually ?
* Will they only go to ballot if and when the UK leaves? [Most likely scenario)
Good luck to the UK candidates if they join the ballot!
If such is the will of the parliament you mean?
How are the people going to ask for a referendum ? A phone in
The UK will leave on 29th - an extension can be given for a new referendum or an election but 4th is criteria are unlikely to be met, if the 27 offer an extension it might just be to when ep elections take place -
If an extension is offered it doesn't have to include any right to have temporary meps, why would the UK want them? They are leaving.
It's extremely unlikely a conservative prime minister will not " deliver a brexit " on time, the leave electorate won't forgive a delay even if they are parked in Norway, they'll blame everybody else but if they delay they'll be blamed so it won't happen.