Theresa May has asked to extend the Brexit deadline to 30 June, the final day of Glastonbury festival.
Brexit was due to happen on 29 March, but today Sky reports that Theresa May has asked the decision to be delayed until this summer.
The Prime Minister has asked for Article 50 to be delayoed until 30 June, which is the Sunday of this year's Glastonbury festival.
Two of Theresa May's Brexit deals have been rejected by the majority in Parliament, resulting in May's request to European Council President Donald Tusk to request a delay.
Prime Minister Theresa May says she has requested an extension of Article 50 until 30 June which would delay Brexit and says it would not be in "anyone's interests" for the UK to take part in European Parliament elections— Sky News Breaking (@SkyNewsBreak) March 20, 2019
News of Britain leaving the European Union arrived on 24 June 2016 (via NME), which was the opening day of Glastonbury festival three years ago.
The shadow of Brexit could potentially loom over the festival yet again, on the day that Kylie Minogue is due to perform for the festival's legend slot.