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Back an election and we can still ratify a Brexit deal, UK PM Johnson tells Labour

Reuters Thursday, 24 October 2019
Parliament could still pass a deal to leave the European Union if it backs the government's attempt to hold a new election, Prime Minister Boris Johnson told opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn in a letter on Thursday.
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