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Pre-Oct. 31 UK election unlikely as opposition parties to thwart PM Johnson

Reuters Friday, 6 September 2019
An election before Oct. 31 is now unlikely as opposition parties will vote against or abstain when Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday seeks parliament's approval for an election in mid October, Sky News cited Plaid Cymru as saying.
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News video: Opposition parties will not back Boris Johnson's attempt to force election

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Boris Johnson's demand for a general election on his own terms became increasingly far-fetched when opposition leaders agreed to not vote with the Prime Minister during his fresh bid.

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