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Chancellor declines MPs' request for Brexit deal analysis

“It is amazing that anybody thinks there is anything more to be said on the subject that hasn’t already been said” Leader of the House Jacob Rees-Mogg says MPs will have the opportunity to vote on the proposed Brexit deal tomorrow

A no-deal Brexit would be preferable to prolonging the departure's uncertainty, France's European affairs minister says

DUP 'cannot and will not support' Labour's bid to torpedo Boris Johnson's Brexit deal, MP says

#Brexit deal vote blocked by Bercow as frustrated Boris Johnson faces more delay

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Boris Johnson's allies say there will be an election if his Brexit deal is softened by MPs

NEW from @WikiGuido  - Boris Johnson's allies say there will be an election if his Brexit deal is softened by parliament

UK Brexit secretary stumbles over detail of deal with EU @elenicourea  / Politico)

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Boris Johnson has won the support of fewer than 100,000 unrepresentative Conservative Party members by promising tax cuts for the richest, presenting himself as the bankers' friend, and pushing for a damaging No Deal Brexit. But he hasn't won the support of our country.

So it’s official PM’s Deal is a route to No Deal PM just confirmed that he *won’t* seek extension to transition period if negotiations on future relationship haven’t finished at end of next year No wonder ERG support - it’s a Brexit led by the right, the reckless & the rich

Tony Blair: This deal doesn’t end the Brexit saga, which will define our country for generations. You don’t take a decision of destiny through a spasm of impatience. Parliament should vote this deal down, get an extension & then the British people should take the final decision.

The more you look into PM deal, the worse it is It trashes environment, dumps workers’ rights & stokes tension in NI. And when transition ends in Dec 2020, likely no trade agreement agreed & hard right will get their dream of crash out No Deal Brexit I’ll be voting against

Great discussion with Prime Minister @BorisJohnson today. We talked about Brexit and how we can move rapidly on a US-UK free trade deal. I look forward to meeting with Boris this weekend, at the @g7 , in France!

Anyone who thinks a no deal Brexit is OK is not paying attention, doesn’t eat fresh food, doesn’t need medication, has lots of fx to hedge against sterling and couldn’t care less about people’s jobs. There. I said it.

Suspending parliament to prevent the expression of the will of elected representatives is what autocrats and dictators do. This attempted coup against our democracy to impose a no deal Brexit cannot be allowed to stand.

I feel I should take the job of Brexit Secretary now. If only so that when I resign, Theresa May can finally be proved right than No Deal is better than a Baddiel.

It’s a miracle!!!!! No recession. No 800k job losses. Our economy out-performing Germany. In fact, none of the dire predictions made about the immediate repercussions of a vote to Brexit have come true. Yet we’re supposed to believe the same experts now about No Deal?

So far... in these elections the combined tally for the two parties in favour of no deal, the Brexit Party and UKIP amounts to 35% - combined tally for the pro Second Referendum parties is 40%.

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