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UK PM Johnson will seek election if parliament rejects Brexit timetable: source

Reuters Tuesday, 22 October 2019
Britain's government will drop its attempt to get approval for its Brexit legislation and will instead press for a new election before Christmas if lawmakers vote against its timetable on Tuesday, a Downing Street source said.
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