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Bypassing parliament on no-deal Brexit would be unlawful, says campaigner

Reuters Sunday, 14 July 2019
Legal campaigner Gina Miller said on Sunday any attempt to suspend Britain's parliament in order to push through a no-deal Brexit would be unlawful, announcing her intention to challenge such a move in court if necessary.
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