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Former Tory cabinet minister backs Final Say referendum to stop 'Boris Johnson's disastrous hard Brexit'

Independent Wednesday, 13 November 2019 ()
Former Conservative Cabinet minister David Gauke has backed a Final Say referendum to stop Boris Johnson's "hard Brexit", as he announced he will run as an independent at the general election.
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