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Philip Hammond Suggests He Could Vote To Bring Down Boris Johnson's Government Over No-Deal Brexit

WorldNews Friday, 19 July 2019
Philip Hammond Suggests He Could Vote To Bring Down Boris Johnson's Government Over No-Deal BrexitChancellor Philip Hammond has suggested he could vote to bring down his own Tory government if Boris Johnson pursues a no-deal Brexit. In a further ramping up of pressure on Johnson ahead of his expecting crowning as prime minister next week, Hammond said he would “do everything from the backbench to make sure that parliament blocks a disorderly Brexit”. The chancellor also appeared to take aim at Brexiteers on his own side, who he described as “very loud, rude and inconsiderate” in an interview with Le Monde and Süddeutsche Zeitung. Hammond was one of four cabinet ministers who took the extraordinary step of rebelling against the government on Thursday to back...
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Philip Hammond said he would resign if Boris Johnson became prime minister. Hammond said he couldn’t support a leader that would do a no-deal Brexit. According to Reuters, his statement echoes others in parliament who feel the same way. Justice minister David Gauke indicated he would follow Hammond...

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