[Related to Will Brexit happen by End of Day Oct. 31st 2019?]
One of the key scenario paths where Britain leaves the EU before Oct. 31st is if one of the other 27 EU countries vetos an extension. At previous Brexit deadlines EU member states agreed to extend the process; however, it seems there's a notable frustration and a desire to 'get it over with'. If an EU country does veto a motion for extension, then no-deal Brexit could become the default.
Will an EU country veto an extension of the Brexit deliberation period on or before Oct 31st 2019?
This question will resolve positively if an extension is requested and a country (other than the U.K.) vetoes a motion to move the deadline for the U.K. leaving the European Union to a date later than Oct. 31st, 2019. The question resolves negatively if an extension is requested and not vetoed. It resolves ambiguous if an extension is not requested.