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Theresa May refuses to rule out delaying Brexit

MailOnline Wednesday, 16 January 2019
Theresa May refuses to rule out delaying BrexitDowning Street insisted there were no plans to extend Britain's Article 50 departure date beyond the planned March 29 but the Prime Minister refused to rule out the chance of this falling by the wayside.
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