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Boris Johnson sends EU unsigned letter seeking Brexit delay

Independent Saturday, 19 October 2019
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has sent two letters to European Council president Donald Tusk - an unsigned message relaying parliament's request for an extension to Brexit and a letter from him setting out why he does not believe delay would be in the interests of the EU or UK.
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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has sent an unsigned letter requesting a Brexit delay to the European Union, with another letter saying he doesn&apos;t want one. David Doyle reports.

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