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Boris Johnson reportedly seeks Brexit delay amid parliamentary defeat

SBS Saturday, 19 October 2019
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has told European Council head Donald Tusk he will seek a delay to the October 31 Brexit deadline, it has been reported.
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