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Corbyn says Johnson is doing a ‘smash and grab’ on democracy

By Bloomberg
31 August 2019   |   2:35 pm
Opposition Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn says Parliament will do "everything we can" to stop a no-deal Brexit as Prime Minister Boris Johnson seeks to suspend Parliament for almost five weeks ahead of Brexit.

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