‘The chances of a deal have risen’ says Boris in Commons

‘The chances of a deal have risen’ says Boris in Commons
‘The chances of a deal have risen’ says Boris in Commons
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Boris Johnson saw his Commons majority wiped out today as a former minister dramatically crossed the floor of the Commons to join the Lib Dems. Phillip Lee walked away from his colleagues in the chamber and went to sit with Jo Swinson’s pro-EU group. The incendiary step came as the Tories descended into civil war ahead of the huge showdown over No Deal Brexit tonight. The PM has met senior Remainers including Philip Hammond and David Gauke ahead of the crucial vote, which could define the future of the country for decades. But the discussion quickly descended into acrimony, with government sources accusing Mr Hammond of behaving ‘disrespectfully’ and ‘chuntering’.

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