Glastonbury festival could be the site of Britain's farewell to the EU if Theresa May gets her way.
Back in 2016 the festival was turned into an impromptu wake, with news of the Brexit vote falling on Glastonbury Friday.
The palpable shift in mood affected all present, but it did lead to some extraordinary performances - notably from Christine and the Queens - to lift spirits.
A few moments ago Theresa May requests a new Brexit date of June 30th, having failed to lead Parliament to any kind of consensus over the country's next step.
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
June 30th is of course Glastonbury Sunday, so the Prime Minister could once again be placing the shadow of Brexit over the festival.
Kylie Minogue is playing the coveted Sunday afternoon slot at Glastonbury this summer... could she save the weekend?
We'll need to wait and see.
Glastonbury runs between June 26th - June 30th.
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