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Q&A: What Johnson's move means for Brexit


August 28, 2019

LONDON (AP) — The move by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to suspend parliament in October could make it more likely that Britain falls out of the European Union on Oct. 31 without a deal, wreaking havoc for people and businesses.

The decision was slammed by some as the ploy of a dictator but Brexit supporters cheered it as a decisive move to finally bring the country out of the EU three years after the British people voted to leave.

As politicians gear up to fight over this suspension and how Brexit should play out, here's a look at what Johnson's gambit means for Brexit.



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