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British lawmakers willing to go to court to enforce Brexit delay

WorldNews Saturday, 7 September 2019 ()
British lawmakers willing to go to court to enforce Brexit delayLONDON: British lawmakers, including Conservatives expelled this week from the party, are preparing legal action in case Prime Minister Boris Johnson refuses to seek a delay to Brexit, the BBC reported on Saturday. An opposition bill which would force Johnson to ask the European Union for an extension to Britain's departure to avoid a no-deal...
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