Johnson accuses MPs and EU of 'terrible collaboration' over Brexit

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Prime minister tells live event on Facebook that standoff makes no deal more likely Boris Johnson has hit out at what he described as a “terrible collaboration” between MPs and the EU trying to block Brexit, as he refused to rule out shutting down parliament and holding a general election after leaving on 31 October. The prime minister said the longer the standoff continued the more likely a no-deal Brexit was becoming, despite previously saying the chances of crashing out of the EU were “a million to one” given goodwill on both sides. Continue reading... …

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