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Boris Johnson 'will end up in court' if he does not request Brexit delay from EU, former chancellor Philip Hammond says

Independent Thursday, 10 October 2019 ()
Ex-minister floats new 'super-soft Brexit' plan for low-friction tariff-free trade
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