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Boris Johnson will write to Tusk ‘to seek Brexit delay’

Belfast Telegraph Saturday, 19 October 2019 ()
Boris Johnson has confirmed to European Council president Donald Tusk that he will be writing to him on Saturday night to seek a Brexit delay, the PA news agency understands.
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A defiant Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he would not negotiate a further delay to Britain's departure from the European Union after losing a vote in parliament on Saturday that means he is obliged to request a postponement. Edward Baran reports.

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