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'I'd rather be dead in a ditch than delay Brexit', says Boris Johnson

The Age Thursday, 5 September 2019
As a policewoman nearly fainted behind him, Boris Johnson pledged not to agree to another Brexit delay despite a law that might force him to.
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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Thursday said he would rather be "dead in a ditch" than ask the EU for an extension to the Brexit deadline.

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