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Deal or no deal? Where Britain’s 10 PM hopefuls stand on Brexit’s next steps

SBS Monday, 10 June 2019
Ten British politicians have been nominated to replace Theresa May as Conservative Party leader and prime minister, days ahead of an initial vote.
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News video: A Bid To Block The UK's Next Prime Minister From A No-deal Brexit

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According to Business Insider, Britain's next prime minister could be blocked from forcing a no-deal Brexit after a cross-party group of MPs announced plans to introduce legislation later this month, designed to prevent the next prime minister leaving without a deal.

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