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UK government not planning to debate Brexit deal law in parliament next week

Reuters Thursday, 24 October 2019
Britain's government is not planning to continue debating the legislation needed to implement Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit deal in parliament next week, according to a statement on upcoming business by House of Commons Leader Jacob Rees-Mogg.
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