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Computer says yes: Boris Johnson had to write his letter calling on the EU to delay Brexit after all.

Despite his show of bravado in Parliament today, it seems clear that Boris Johnson has accepted his legal duty – if reluctantly – and has requested a delay in Brexit from the European Council.

It seems Mr Johnson’s speech in the Commons about refusing to negotiate an extension was wordplay; he doesn’t have to. All he had to do is request it.

He was just trying to sow doubt for the sake of causing upset.

He gave away his real intention in a letter to Conservative MPs, earlier – although one would have had to read between the lines. It seems Mr Johnson has a psychological aversion to making any statement about delaying Brexit.

It’s not another broken promise as it is entirely possible (although unlikely) that Mr Johnson wishes he was dead in a ditch right now.

He has misled us, though – proving once again that we have put an extremely untrustworthy creature into the highest office in the land.

And we can expect more dirty tricks on Monday. He might not be dead in a ditch, but his politics belongs there.

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