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Brexit: Jacob Rees-Mogg suggests government could use EU law to force through no-deal – ‘EU law is superior law in the UK’, argues leading Brexiteer

Brexit: Jacob Rees-Mogg suggests authorities may use EU regulation to pressure by way of no-deal – ‘EU regulation is superior regulation within the UK’, argues main Brexiteer

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  2. BoJo has already laid the groundwork for the EU to veto an extension by “Leaking” a letter threatening countries that vote to approve it.

  3. That would be the perfect nail in the Remain coffin.

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