Saturday February 29, 2020

Johnson opponents step up plans to halt no-deal Brexit

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn signalled he would call a vote of no-confidence when the House of Commons returns next month

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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. Picture: Getty

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn signalled he would call a vote of no-confidence when the House of Commons returns next month while rebel MP Dominic Grieve said a growing number of his fellow Conservatives would turn against Johnson as his “no-ifs-no-buts” Halloween deadline for leaving the EU approaches.

Grieve, a former attorney general, contradicted a claim by Health Secretary Matt Hancock that MPs cannot...

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