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UK: Boris Johnson has signalled to cabinet ministers that the government would
have to accept a further three-month delay to Brexit if it is forced on him by
the courts (The Times)
- Boris Johnson has signalled to cabinet ministers that the government would
have to accept a further three-month delay to Brexit if it is forced on him by
the courts.
- In a private climbdown from his repeated insistence that Britain will leave
the European Union on October 31, the prime minister has assured senior
colleagues that he will "abide by the law".
- The Times understands that Mr Johnson had been warned by several cabinet
ministers that their positions would be untenable if he flouted a Supreme Court
ruling ordering him to accept an extension. "The prime minister has assured me
that we abide by the rule of law," one said.
- Link: https://tinyurl.com/y35qpopp
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