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Scottish court rejects legal bid to force PM Johnson to seek Brexit delay

Reuters Monday, 7 October 2019
A Scottish court on Monday rejected a bid by campaigners seeking an order forcing British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to ask for a Brexit delay if he has not struck a deal with the European Union by Oct. 19.
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News video: Johnson must seek Brexit extension if no deal reached by October 19 — court documents

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Boris Johnson will write to the EU seeking a Brexit delay if no deal has been agreed by October 19, according to government papers submitted to a court.

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