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Following my suggestion on Saturday about how to get around the Benn-Burt bill, we get this in the Telegraph:

One plan under serious consideration would see the Prime Minister send an accompanying letter alongside the request to extend Article 50 setting out that the Government does not want any delay after Oct 31.

 

On Sunday night, a Cabinet source told The Telegraph: “There is a prescribed letter that has to be sent… Does that stop the Prime Minister sending other documents to the EU? I don’t think it does.

It’s pretty much my suggestion but without the flair. I still say that the government should send an extra letter demanding that the price of an extension agreement is that every EU citizen, now and in the future, becomes eligible to serve as an unpaid servant to every British family. That’s how you put the EU off with style.

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