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UK's Johnson Sticks To His Guns, Won't Delay Brexit

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UK's Johnson Sticks To His Guns, Won't Delay Brexit

UK's Johnson Sticks To His Guns, Won't Delay Brexit

Reuters reports the UK's Prime Minister Boris Johnson is sticking to his Brexit plan.

Two of his ministers announced Sunday that Johnson will not seek a delay to Britain’s departure from the EU at a summit next month.

In a shock move, work and pensions minister Amber Rudd resigned late on Saturday over Johnson’s Brexit policy.

Nevertheless, the two ministers said the PM was determined to leave the EU by Oct.

31st, with or without an agreement.

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