I don’t think we’ll really know much more about this until October.
“My guess is that the last thing the Prime Minister would want is for this to be delayed.” Ms May previously warned that she would not trigger Article 50 this year and has said she would not formally start the process of leaving the bloc until there was a coherent “UK approach” to negotiations.
This ruling affects not only Christian Mingle.com, which is owned by Spark Networks, Inc., but also all other Spark owned dating sites including Catholic Mingle.com, Seventh Day Adventist Connection.com, and Black
The company, which is based in California, found itself at the center of a lawsuit by two homosexual men angered that a Christian-based dating service would dare not promote homosexual relationships.
The class-action lawsuit filed by the homosexuals was done so under the state’s anti-discrimination law.
Ministers are reportedly in discussions over a delay in triggering Article 50, the formal process of leaving the European Union, which could see Britain remain a member of the bloc until late 2019.
Theresa May, who is expected by many to trigger the two-year process of leaving the EU in early 2017, could push back the timetable because her new Brexit and international trade departments will not be ready, sources in the City of London have told “Ministers are now thinking the trigger could be delayed to autumn 2017,” a source who has reportedly had discussions with two senior ministers told the newspaper.