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Boris Johnson Brexit deal derailed again as Bercow blocks second attempt at 'meaningful vote'

Independent Monday, 21 October 2019
Speaker of the House of Commons says there is no justification for the government to force another vote just two days afer MPs voted to withhold their approval
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