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Chances of no-deal Brexit fall as PM Johnson's hopes rise -Reuters poll

Reuters India Wednesday, 13 November 2019 ()
The chances of a no-deal Brexit fell in the last month because UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson looks set to win a Dec. 12 election and secure the backing in parliament he needs to get his new Withdrawal Agreement passed, a Reuters poll found.
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