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UK PM candidate Gove open to short Brexit delay if deal is close

Reuters India Sunday, 9 June 2019
Michael Gove, a candidate to replace British Prime Minister Theresa May, said he would be prepared to delay Brexit for a few days or weeks beyond the current exit date of Oct. 31, if Britain was close to signing an exit deal with the European Union.
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News video: Gove speaks on past cocaine use, suggests short Brexit delay if deal is close

Gove speaks on past cocaine use, suggests short Brexit delay if deal is close 01:16

British PM hopeful Gove acknowledged to the BBC that his past cocaine use was a &quot;crime&quot; and that he would be open to delaying Brexit again if it meant passing a deal shortly after. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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