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Fin24.com | UK parliament ready to support no-deal Brexit, Johnson argues

News24 Tuesday, 25 June 2019 ()
Boris Johnson said he believed the British Parliament would now support a no-deal Brexit, even as senior figures in his Conservative Party warned they had the numbers to stop him if he tried to push one through.
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News video: Johnson refuses to rule out suspending Parliament to force through Brexit

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Boris Johnson has declined to rule out the option of suspending Parliament in order to force through Brexit. The Tory leadership frontrunner insisted he was "not attracted" to the idea of "proroguing" Parliament, saying he wanted deliver Brexit as a "proud representative democracy".

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