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Brexit: Ex-PM vows legal action if UK Parliament suspended

Seattle Times Wednesday, 10 July 2019
LONDON (AP) — A former British prime minister has threatened to take Conservative Party leadership candidate Boris Johnson to court if he tries to suspend Parliament to deliver a no-deal Brexit. John Major’s comments follow a televised debate between Johnson and Jeremy Hunt, who are seeking to replace Prime Minister Theresa May. In one of […]
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News video: Former UK PM Major vows to block Brexit parliament suspension

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Former Prime Minister John Major vowed on Wednesday (July 10) to go to court to block Boris Johnson from suspending parliament to deliver a no-deal Brexit. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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