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Twelve days after Britain was supposed to leave the European Union, Theresa May finds herself with the unenviable task of heading back to Brussels to secure yet another Article 50 extension.

This afternoon she will arrive at the EU27 summit, where she will be forced to sit outside the room as Britain’s fate is determined by her European counterparts over a working dinner.

The Prime Minister has asked the EU to delay Britain’s departure until June 30 - provoking a fierce backlash from her Eurosceptic backbenchers - but her proposal is likely to get short shrift.

Humiliation for the Prime Minister seems inevitable, with EU leaders expected to "take the pen out of her hand" as they did at the last...

Twelve days after Britain was supposed to leave the European Union, Theresa May finds herself with the unenviable task of heading back to Brussels to secure yet another Article 50 extension.

This afternoon she will arrive at the EU27 summit, where she will be forced to sit outside the room as Britain’s fate is determined by her European counterparts over a working dinner.

The Prime Minister has asked the EU to delay Britain’s departure until June 30 - provoking a fierce backlash from her Eurosceptic backbenchers - but her proposal is likely to get short shrift.

Humiliation for the Prime Minister seems inevitable, with EU leaders expected to "take the pen out of her hand" as they did at the last...

Twelve days after Britain was supposed to leave the European Union, Theresa May finds herself with the unenviable task of heading back to Brussels to secure yet another Article 50 extension.

This afternoon she will arrive at the EU27 summit, where she will be forced to sit outside the room as Britain’s fate is determined by her European counterparts over a working dinner.

The Prime Minister has asked the EU to delay Britain’s departure until June 30 - provoking a fierce backlash from her Eurosceptic backbenchers - but her proposal is likely to get short shrift.

Humiliation for the Prime Minister seems inevitable, with EU leaders expected to "take the pen out of her hand" as they did at the last...

Twelve days after Britain was supposed to leave the European Union, Theresa May finds herself with the unenviable task of heading back to Brussels to secure yet another Article 50 extension.

This afternoon she will arrive at the EU27 summit, where she will be forced to sit outside the room as Britain’s fate is determined by her European counterparts over a working dinner.

The Prime Minister has asked the EU to delay Britain’s departure until June 30 - provoking a fierce backlash from her Eurosceptic backbenchers - but her proposal is likely to get short shrift.

Humiliation for the Prime Minister seems inevitable, with EU leaders expected to "take the pen out of her hand" as they did at the last...