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Brexit: Labour announce bid to block new Tory PM from suspending parliament to force through no-deal

Independent Tuesday, 11 June 2019
Labour will mount a fresh bid to seize control of the Commons agenda to prevent the next Tory prime minister forcing through a no-deal Brexit.
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News video: Labour Tables Motion To Prevent Next Tory Prime Minister Proroguing For No-Deal Brexit

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Labour Tables Motion To Prevent Next Tory Prime Minister Proroguing For No-Deal Brexit

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