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John McDonnell warns Prime Minister not to break the law

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John McDonnell warns Prime Minister not to break the law

John McDonnell warns Prime Minister not to break the law

John McDonnell warns Boris Johnson he will be 'breaking the law' if he does not request a Brexit extension from the EU.

The Shadow Chancellor's comments at the People's Vote rally in Westminster, came after MPs voted to delay approving the government's new Brexit deal until legislation passes through Parliament successfully.

Report by Chinnianl.

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