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British minister refuses to rule out ignoring law on Brexit

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British minister refuses to rule out ignoring law on Brexit

British minister refuses to rule out ignoring law on Brexit

The opposition Labour Party said the situation was "'breathtaking" and that "no government is above the law."

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