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UK PM Johnson seeks legal advice on five-week parliament closure: The Observer

Reuters Saturday, 24 August 2019 ()
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has asked his attorney general whether parliament can be shut down for five weeks from Sept. 9 in what appears to be an attempt to stop lawmakers forcing a further extension to Brexit, The Observer reported.
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