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Boris Johnson has accused the EU of negotiating a “revolver on the table”



Boris Johnson has accused the EU of negotiating with a “revolver on the table” when he told lawmakers why they should vote for violating international law, overseeing part of the withdrawal agreement he signed earlier this year. (Subscribe:

When he introduced the Internal Market Bill to the Commons, the Prime Minister said he was threatening to use trade rules with Northern Ireland to “change the economic geography of the UK”. But all the surviving former prime ministers and some of his MPs oppose it, while Labor called it “legislative hooliganism”. Our political editor Gary Gibbon was in Westminster. ———————– Follow us on Instagram –



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