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Brexit delay almost inevitable after MPs reject Halloween deadline

The Age Tuesday, 22 October 2019
MPs say Boris Johnson had been trying to avoid scrutiny of his Brexit deal by rushing it through Parliament this week: they've demanded more time.
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