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UK's Johnson declines to comment on plan to facilitate a no-deal Brexit

Reuters Wednesday, 17 July 2019
Boris Johnson, favorite to be the next British prime minister, on Wednesday refused to say whether he would seek to shut Parliament to facilitate a no-deal Brexit but agreed such a plan could be convenient for him.
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