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Johnson rejects 'unacceptable' Brexit deal in parliamentary debut as PM

SBS Thursday, 25 July 2019
The former London mayor urged EU leaders to rethink their opposition to renegotiating the Brexit deal in his first Commons statement as prime minister.
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News video: Johnson urges Brussels to drop its opposition to new Brexit deal

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Boris Johnson has urged Brussels to rethink its opposition to negotiating a new agreement on the terms of Britain’s withdrawal from the EU. Mr Johnson, who entered the Commons chamber to cheers from Tory MPs, insisted that he wanted to take Britain out of the EU with a deal. But he said Theresa...

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