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Brexit Secretary says Government will 'abide by the law'

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Brexit Secretary says Government will 'abide by the law'

Brexit Secretary says Government will 'abide by the law'

Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay appears to confirm that the Government will send a letter to the EU requesting a Brexit delay if a deal has not been agreed by October 19 - after Government lawyers told Scotland's highest civil court that Boris Johnson accepted the commitment.

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