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Gavin Williamson: Brexit 'cannot be negotiated away'

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Gavin Williamson: Brexit 'cannot be negotiated away'

Gavin Williamson: Brexit 'cannot be negotiated away'

Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has said the British people want the government to deliver Brexit and added that delivering the will of the people “cannot be negotiated away”.

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