EU Likely to Push Back June Summit to Avoid U.K. Vote Overlap

The European Union may push back the date of its next regular summit so as not to coincide with Britain’s referendum on whether to quit the bloc, an EU official said.

The two-day Brussels summit had been due to start on June 23, the date of the British vote.

EU President Donald Tusk is now looking to hold the summit a few days later, the official said. No new date has been set.

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