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UK's Johnson will resist calls for Brexit delay, lawmaker Rees-Mogg says

Reuters Friday, 19 July 2019
Boris Johnson, the favorite to be the next British prime minister, has the backbone to resist pressure from parliament to delay Brexit again even if it means leaving the European Union without a deal, a leading supporter said on Friday.
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