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UK minister: PM will abide by pledge to write Brexit delay letter

Reuters Wednesday, 16 October 2019
British Brexit Minister Stephen Barclay said the government would comply with assurances given to a Scottish court that Prime Minister Boris Johnson would write a letter to the EU requesting a Brexit delay if a deal is not reached by Oct. 19.
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British Brexit Minister Stephen Barclay said on Wednesday that the government would comply with assurances given to a Scottish court that Prime Minister Boris Johnson would write a letter to the EU requesting a Brexit delay if a divorce deal is not reached by October 19. Rough cut (no reporter...

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