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UK PM Johnson: 'undaunted' by parliament's bid to block no-deal Brexit

Reuters Monday, 9 September 2019
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday he was undaunted by an attempt by lawmakers to block a no-deal Brexit, setting up a showdown with parliament after it passed legislation demanding that he delay Brexit unless he strikes a new agreement.
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