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British Conservative MPs warned against blocking no-deal Brexit: Sky News

Reuters Sunday, 1 September 2019
Britain's Conservative lawmakers have been warned by party officials that their party whip would be withdrawn if they attempt to block a no-deal Brexit, Sky News http://bit.ly/2HDgmeO reported on Sunday, citing a source.
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