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UK government plans Saturday sitting of parliament on October 19, Brexit deal or no deal: source

Reuters Wednesday, 9 October 2019 ()
Britain's government plans to hold a special sitting of parliament on Oct. 19, whether or not Prime Minister Boris Johnson secures a Brexit deal with the European Union, a government source said on Wednesday.
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