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UK PM candidate Hunt says: Parliament likely to block a no-deal Brexit

Reuters Wednesday, 12 June 2019
UK PM candidate Hunt says: Parliament likely to block a no-deal BrexitJeremy Hunt, one of the candidates vying to succeed Prime Minister Theresa May, said the British parliament would likely block a no-deal Brexit so the country needed a leader who could negotiate with the EU rather than making empty threats.
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According to Reuters, former Brexit secretary Dominic Raab said that suspending parliament remains an option to ensure Britain leaves the European Union on Oct. 31. Raab has refused to rule out suspending parliament until the Brexit deadline, if needed to prevent lawmakers from stopping a no-deal...

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