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Theresa May On No Deal Brexit

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Theresa May On No Deal Brexit

Theresa May On No Deal Brexit

On an overseas visit, Theresa May slapped down Philip Hammond's recent Brexit intervention, calling his statistics into doubt.

Business Insider reports May also says that a no deal Brexit would not "be the end of the world." May sought to play down recent questions by Cabinet Office Minister David Lidlington, who says that talks could be extended.

May pushed back against this, saying "we are all working towards an October deadline".

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