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The British Prime Minister Theresa May is facing a backlash from hard-line Brexit supporters in her own party after she told European Union leaders that she would consider extending her country's post-Brexit transition period by another year. The extension would allow for more time to find a solution to the hardest problem in Brexit talks—the issue of the Irish border. Kevin Connolly in Brussels explains the implications of such a move.
That would be more than five years after the referendum and let's not forget a transition would essentially mean that people in Britain would see no change at all from being inside a member state of the European Union. You're still paying in to the budget. You're still obeying the rules of the single market, but you lose your vote, your voice in rulemaking. So that would be quite a difficult sell I think within British politics.