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Notion Britain could ask an EU member to veto Brexit extension is 'tittle-tattle': UK minister

Reuters Sunday, 6 October 2019
Britain's housing minister Robert Jenrick said speculation that the government could ask another EU member state to veto a request to extend Article 50 to ensure Brexit happened on Oct. 31 was "tittle-tattle".
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