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BBC: UK government prepared to ask for another Brexit extension

Just a few days ago, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that the UK would leave the EU on Oct. 31 no matter what. Now, the BBC reports that the government is prepared to ask for yet another extension if a deal is not reached by Oct. 19.

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The UK government plans to ask the EU for another Brexit extension if a deal is not reached by Oct. 19, reveals documents the government has submitted to a Scottish court, writes UK broadcaster BBC.

Up until now, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has steadfastly maintained that the UK will leave the EU on Oct. 31 – deal or no deal.

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