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Boris Johnson's Brexit legislation poised to clear Commons hurdles after months of turmoil

Independent Thursday, 9 January 2020 ()
Armed with an 80-strong majority, Mr Johnson fast-tracks the Withdrawal Agreement Bill (WAB) through Commons
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