BBC's Laura Kuenssberg claims MPs' Brexit 'battle of epic proportions' to end up in court

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BBC News political editor Laura Kuenssberg warned this week's Brexit battle in the Commons will probably end up in the courts as the Prime Minister continues to promise the UK will leave the EU on October 31 despite being obliged by law to ask for an extension if a deal is not agreed by Saturday.

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