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Ex-UK PM Major vows to block suspension of parliament for Brexit in court

Credit: Reuters- Published 1 week ago
Former British prime minister John Major said on Wednesday he was ready to go to court to block a new leader from suspending parliament and dragging the queen into a constitutional crisis to deliver a no-deal Brexit.
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Former UK PM Major vows to block Brexit parliament suspension
Former Prime Minister John Major vowed on Wednesday (July 10) to go to court to block Boris Johnson from suspending parliament to deliver a no-deal Brexit. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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