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Boris Johnson threatens to pull Brexit deal and call election

By Bloomberg
22 October 2019   |   2:34 pm
Prime Minister Boris Johnson threatened to scrap his attempt to pass a Brexit deal and move straight to an election if members of Parliament defeat him tonight and vote for another delay. Jonhson addressed the U.K. Parliament.

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