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Boris Johnson: Disobeying no-deal Brexit law would make PM no better than a bank robber, Bercow warns

Independent Thursday, 12 September 2019
Defying MPs over Article 50 extension likened to 'robbing a bank on the basis that the cash stolen would be donated to a charitable cause immediately afterwards'
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News video: Bercow insists Johnson must ask for Brexit extension

Bercow insists Johnson must ask for Brexit extension 01:32

In a speech, Commons Speaker John Bercow warns Boris Johnson not to disobey the law by refusing to extend Article 50. He compared the PM's behaviour to a bank robber trying to excuse their crime by giving their loot to charity.

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