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Brexit: Timetable to prevent no deal is 'incredibly tight', John McDonnell warns

Independent Wednesday, 28 August 2019
'I think what they are trying to do is probably prevent us preventing a no-deal by shortening the parliamentary timetable and then blaming us for that,' shadow chancellor says
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