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Rory Stewart vows to 'bring down' Tory leadership rival Boris Johnson over no-deal Brexit threat

Independent Thursday, 13 June 2019
The Tory leadership candidate said MPs would set up parliament outside the Palace of Westminster if the frontrunner for PM tried to lock them out
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