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UK government will not participate in Brexit deal vote if Letwin amendment passes: BBC

Reuters Saturday, 19 October 2019
The British government will not take part in a vote on its Brexit deal on Saturday if lawmakers back a proposal which seeks to withhold support for a deal until formal ratification legislation has passed, the BBC's political editor said.
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Johnson wanted a straight 'up-and-down' vote to see if he had the numbers to get his Brexit deal passed.

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