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UK health minister: I accept the law but it could be challenged

Reuters Sunday, 29 September 2019
British health minister Matt Hancock said on Sunday he accepted the law but that did not mean it shouldn't be challenged, when asked about legislation that could force the government to ask the European Union to delay Brexit.
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