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Boris Johnson says there is STILL time to renegotiate the Brexit deal

MailOnline Tuesday, 15 January 2019
Boris Johnson says there is STILL time to renegotiate the Brexit dealBoris Johnson said he did not 'rejoice' in the massive defeat suffered by Theresa May, but demanded that she ditches the Irish border backstop and takes a 'fresh approach'.
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News video: Boris Johnson: MPs should vote down PM's Brexit deal

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Former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says MPs should vote against Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal in "absoute confidence it's the right thing to do". The Meaningful Vote on Ms May's proposals is expected to take place on Tuesday after a final day of debate in Parliament. Report by...

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