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UK PM candidate declines to comment on plan to send lawmakers away to go for no-deal Brexit

Reuters Wednesday, 17 July 2019
Boris Johnson, favorite to be the next British Prime minister, declined to comment on a report that he was exploring a plan that could allow him to push through a no-deal Brexit but said he didn't disagree it could be convenient for him.
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