The Twenty-Seven intend to grant a brief postponement of the United Kingdom's exit from the EU under certain conditions.
The European leaders are ready to grant ( in English ) Britain two options for postponing the Brexit beyond the originally scheduled date of March 29, after seven-hour talks in Brussels on Thursday, the 21st . March.
First case: If British MPs agree next week After the November cancellation treaty, the Brexit deadline is postponed to May 22. In the event of further rejection by the British Parliament "the European Council decides to extend it by 12 April 2019 and expects the United Kingdom to show the way ahead of that date", he writes European leaders under British law this is indeed the deadline for the organization of European elections (26 May)
. The EU27 responds to British demands for a positive spirit and
agrees with art. 50 extension until May 22, when next week's resignation agreement will be approved
if next week is not agreed, then extension until April 12
approved Strasbourg Agreement
continuation of no-deal preparations
– Donald Tusk (@eucopresident) March 21, 2019
When the UK decides not to hold elections, "the option of a long report [du Brexit] automatically becomes impossible" said Donald Tusk  Prime Minister Theresa May has accepted this offer from the EU. The goal of the compromise accepted by the Europeans and Theresa May "is to give maximum possibilities for the ratification of the resignation agreement" commented a Spanish government source. The purpose of this Agreement is to enable an orderly withdrawal from the United Kingdom.
The British PM wanted a move to 30 June, but this date was a legal issue for the EU due to the European survey. scheduled from 23 to 26 May. "If the UK does not want to hold elections, we have no way of doing anything else, that is, it will have voted" no. " commented Elysium. On their arrival at the European Council, several heads of state and government had warned that a third rejection of the agreement in the lower house next week would put the United Kingdom on the road to a chaotic Brexit.