THERESA May is set to ask the EU for a short Brexit delay today as Brits are "fed up" with politicians' dithering more than 1,000 days after they voted OUT.
In a sign that the PM is confident she can get her deal pushed through on the third time, officials said today she won't be asking for a long delay to add more wasted time to the process.
A No10 official said: "PM won't be asking for a long extension.
"There is a case for giving Parliament a bit more time to agree a way forward, but the people of this country have been waiting nearly three years now.
"They are fed up with Parliament's failure to take a decision and the PM shares their frustration."
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