British opposition parties agree to act together to prevent no-deal Brexit
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  • 17:59 27 August 2019

British opposition parties agree to act together to prevent no-deal Brexit

UK opposition parties have issued a joint statement saying that they agreed to prevent a no-deal Brexit, ONA reports citing Sputnik.

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has made it clear that he wants the United Kingdom to leave the European Union on 31 October "come what may", although he said he preferred an orderly exit.

"The attendees agreed on the urgency to act together to find practical ways to prevent No Deal, including the possibility of passing legislation and a vote of no-confidence", the statement said.

The talks were hosted by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, with the participation of the Scottish National Party, the Liberal Democrats, the Green Part,y and the Independent Group for Change.

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