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UK PM candidate Hunt says: Parliament likely to block a no-deal Brexit

Reuters Wednesday, 12 June 2019
Jeremy Hunt, one of the candidates vying to succeed Prime Minister Theresa May, said the British parliament would likely block a no-deal Brexit so the country needed a leader who could negotiate with the EU rather than making empty threats.
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