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Farage says Brexit will be delayed again when PM Johnson's deal falls

Reuters Monday, 16 September 2019
Brexit campaigner Nigel Farage says he believes Britain's departure from the European Union will be delayed again because parliament will reject Prime Minister Boris Johnson's attempt to do a last-minute deal with Brussels.
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