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UK PM candidate Stewart says will not vote for Labour move to stop no-deal Brexit

Credit: Reuters- Published 1 week ago
Rory Stewart, one of the candidates vying to succeed British Prime Minister Theresa May, said on Tuesday he would not vote for a move by opposition Labour lawmakers that would try to prevent a no-deal Brexit by taking control of the parliamentary agenda.
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Published 1 week ago -  05:25
Labour Tables Motion To Prevent Next Tory Prime Minister Proroguing For No-Deal Brexit
Labour Tables Motion To Prevent Next Tory Prime Minister Proroguing For No-Deal Brexit

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