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UK could challenge Brexit delay act in court - lawyer says he has heard

Reuters Wednesday, 18 September 2019
The British government could go to court to challenge an act brought by opposition lawmakers that forces it to ask for an extension to Brexit if it has not agreed a deal, a lawyer who has led an alternative challenge said.
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