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Chancellor: It's physically impossible to leave EU on March 29

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Chancellor: It's physically impossible to leave EU on March 29

Chancellor: It's physically impossible to leave EU on March 29

Chancellor Philip Hammond says it's now 'physically impossible' for the UK to leave the EU on March 29 and a delay is needed to pass legislation.

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