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Stephen Barclay confirms Prime Minister would request Brexit delay if no deal in place

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Stephen Barclay confirms Prime Minister would request Brexit delay if no deal in place

Stephen Barclay confirms Prime Minister would request Brexit delay if no deal in place

Boris Johnson will write a letter to Brussels asking for a delay if no deal is approved by Saturday, the Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay has said on the final day of negotiations before the key summit.

The Prime Minister's negotiators resumed talks on Wednesday morning after wrapping up their last session in the early hours as they strive to get an agreement ready for Thursday's meeting of EU leaders.

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