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UK Brexit minister: Not aware of 'second letter' plan to thwart EU exit delay

Reuters Wednesday, 16 October 2019
Brexit minister Steve Barclay said on Wednesday he was not aware of any government plan to send a second letter to the European Union that would undermine a request to delay Brexit.
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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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