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Stinging defeats leave UK PM Boris Johnson's Brexit plans in tatters

Mid-Day Friday, 6 September 2019 ()
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's hard-line Brexit strategy stood in tatters on Thursday after a humiliating week left him without a working majority but unable to call an election.

His supporters ended a night-long filibuster in the upper House of Lords when the government gave up trying to block a measure designed to...
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News video: Pro and anti-Brexit protesters face off as Parliament debates rages

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Protesters on both sides of the Brexit debate face off in Westminster, London on Monday evening (September 9) as the UK Parliament debates well into the night over PM Boris Johnson's Brexit plans.

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