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I think it is most unlikely the EU (read Macron) will agree to a further extension unless there is a new government with a new approach in place by the end of next October.

More than Macron apparently:

Germany: No Brexit extension beyond October - EUobserver

The EU cannot extend the Brexit process a third time, German foreign minister Heiko Maas said in an interview with the Financial Times newspaper. "They will have to decide what they want by October," Maas said about the UK. "You cannot drag out Brexit for a decade." He said another UK request for an extension "could send the signal that they plan to stay in the EU after all".
by Bernard on Wed May 1st, 2019 at 05:46:31 PM EST
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