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Theresa May considered suspending parliament but rejected 'un-Conservative' idea, ex-cabinet minister reveals

Independent Thursday, 12 September 2019
'I have sat in three cabinets under three different prime ministers, and this level of confrontation with parliament I have never seen before'
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