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Brexit: Boris Johnson vows to let UK crash out of EU without a deal if necessary

Independent Friday, 24 May 2019
Boris Johnson has vowed to crash the UK out of the EU without a deal if necessary, just hours after Theresa May's tear-stained resignation.
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Tory leadership contender Rory Stewart has said he could not serve in a government led by Boris Johnson pushing a no-deal Brexit agenda. The International Development Secretary said he would not be able to support a no-deal policy.

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