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Road to Brexit: A portrait of Suella Fernandes

One of the Tories' most ardent Brexit supporters is the British Member of Parliament Suella Fernandes. On the latest stop in DW's Road to Brexit series, DW caught up her and asked her why she's such a fervent advocate for leaving the EU.

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