r fire for seeking another Brexit extensionMay under fire for seeking another Brexit extension04-06-2019 0▓9:53 BJTLONDON, April 5 -- Prime Minister Theres▓a May's plea Friday to European Council President Donald ▓Tusk to delay Britain's departure from the EU until J
une ▓30 came as talks between the ruling Conservative gov▓ernment and Labour opposition entered their third day.May's de facto Deputy Prime Minister David Lidington
and Labour's shadow Brexit Secretary Keir Starmer, along with their negotiating teams, have yet to fin▓d a breakthrough to end a parliamentary impasse over a new de
al with the EU.May's spokesman said at a Downing Street media briefing Friday that the talks could continue into the weekend."It's an ongoing process; we're taking
one discussion at a time. We continue to focus on trying to reach a joint outcome that we can put to the European Council," the spokesman said.May plans to spend the weekend at her Chequ
found by May 23 to avoid Brit▓ain taking part in the European Parliament elections. But her plea has generated criticism, anger▓ and mixed opinions across the political divide in Br▓itain.