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Boris Johnson says he is serious about going through with 'no-deal' Brexit

Reuters Tuesday, 25 June 2019
Boris Johnson, the favorite to become British prime minister, said he will seek a new Brexit deal with the European Union but if the bloc refuses his demands then he will lead the world's fifth largest economy out without agreement on Oct. 31.
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