Although British Prime Minister Theresa May said the United Kingdom would not participate in the European elections organized later this month, if the British Parliament sets a common strategy for Brexit, which has not happened, State Secretary, David Lidington, number two in the cabinet led by May, has confirmed the participation in the elections!

London should have left the European Union on March 29, but for the political parties did not reach an agreement, European leaders extended the deadline until October 31.

The plan proposed by the British prime minister, May, has been rejected three times in Parliament, and the second referendum variant is gaining more and more ground.

Source: Pro TV