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A Bid To Block The UK's Next Prime Minister From A No-deal Brexit

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A Bid To Block The UK's Next Prime Minister From A No-deal Brexit

A Bid To Block The UK's Next Prime Minister From A No-deal Brexit

According to Business Insider, Britain's next prime minister could be blocked from forcing a no-deal Brexit after a cross-party group of MPs announced plans to introduce legislation later this month, designed to prevent the next prime minister leaving without a deal.

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