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Johnson would send Brexit extension letter if no agreement, court told

Deutsche Welle Thursday, 17 October 2019
Boris Johnson's government tells Scottish court it would send letter asking for a delay in certain circumstances. The case is seeking to judge if legislation designed to prevent a no-deal Brexit this month is binding.
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News video: Boris Johnson Sends Brexit Extension Request, But Doesn't Sign It

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Johnson sent an unsigned request, a copy of the law that required him to send the request and a letter stating he doesn't really want an extension.

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