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Boris Johnson: I will pull Brexit deal if MPs don't back my plans

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Boris Johnson: I will pull Brexit deal if MPs don't back my plans

Boris Johnson: I will pull Brexit deal if MPs don't back my plans

Boris Johnson has threatened to pull his Brexit deal and call for an early general election if MPs do not vote for his plans as he kicked off a Commons showdown.

Two crucial votes on Tuesday evening will determine whether the Prime Minister will be able to live up to his “do or die” commitment to take the UK out of the European Union by the October 31 deadline.


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