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Tory rivals turn on Dominic Raab over refusal to rule out suspending Parliament

Belfast Telegraph Sunday, 16 June 2019
Rival Tory leadership contenders have turned on Dominic Raab after he refused to rule out suspending Parliament to push through Brexit by the end of October.
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News video: Dominic Raab: Proroguing Parliament 'unlikely'

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Dominic Raab explains his comments on proroguing Parliament during an interview with Iain Dale on LBC. He says he has never spoken about doing so, but refuses to rule out the idea in attempting to get Brexit over the line.

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