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For much of the Brexit negotiations the EU has maintained a united front and made quick-sharp decisions about how to handle the UK’s requests - but on Wednesday night that intra-EU discipline finally broke down.

What emerged from six hours of talks in Brussels was an ugly duckling compromise driven as much by the need to resolve Franco-German differences as it was anything to do with addressing the merits of Theresa May’s request for an extension to Article 50 to June 30.

The eventual outcome of an extension to October 31 - with a soft review at the June European Council summit - is now arguably the worst of all worlds.

It is too long to avoid the UK taking part in European Elections in May 23-26,...

For much of the Brexit negotiations the EU has maintained a united front and made quick-sharp decisions about how to handle the UK’s requests - but on Wednesday night that intra-EU discipline finally broke down.

What emerged from six hours of talks in Brussels was an ugly duckling compromise driven as much by the need to resolve Franco-German differences as it was anything to do with addressing the merits of Theresa May’s request for an extension to Article 50 to June 30.

The eventual outcome of an extension to October 31 - with a soft review at the June European Council summit - is now arguably the worst of all worlds.

It is too long to avoid the UK taking part in European Elections in May 23-26,...

For much of the Brexit negotiations the EU has maintained a united front and made quick-sharp decisions about how to handle the UK’s requests - but on Wednesday night that intra-EU discipline finally broke down.

What emerged from six hours of talks in Brussels was an ugly duckling compromise driven as much by the need to resolve Franco-German differences as it was anything to do with addressing the merits of Theresa May’s request for an extension to Article 50 to June 30.

The eventual outcome of an extension to October 31 - with a soft review at the June European Council summit - is now arguably the worst of all worlds.

It is too long to avoid the UK taking part in European Elections in May 23-26,...

For much of the Brexit negotiations the EU has maintained a united front and made quick-sharp decisions about how to handle the UK’s requests - but on Wednesday night that intra-EU discipline finally broke down.

What emerged from six hours of talks in Brussels was an ugly duckling compromise driven as much by the need to resolve Franco-German differences as it was anything to do with addressing the merits of Theresa May’s request for an extension to Article 50 to June 30.

The eventual outcome of an extension to October 31 - with a soft review at the June European Council summit - is now arguably the worst of all worlds.

It is too long to avoid the UK taking part in European Elections in May 23-26,...