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Boris Johnson faces PMQs before debate on bid to stop no-deal

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Boris Johnson faces PMQs before debate on bid to stop no-deal

Boris Johnson faces PMQs before debate on bid to stop no-deal

Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn clash in the Commons during Mr Johnson's first PMQs.

The Tory leader said his strategy was to get a deal by the summit on October 17 and “to get Brexit done”.

He added: “What his surrender bill would do is wreck any chance of the talks and we don’t know his strategy at all.

“He’s asking for mobs and Momentum activists to paralyse the traffic in his name.

“What are they supposed to chant?

What is the slogan?

‘What do we want?

Dither and delay.

When do want it?

We don’t know’.

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