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29 May 2019

Constitution

Politics and Society

Can no deal be stopped in reality? Professor Catherine Barnard from Cambridge University assesses the processes involved that could be implemented to stop a no deal Brexit including an emergency debate to highlight the grave concerns of a no deal. “It will be difficult, but leaving on the 31 October is the default position.” says Professor Barnard.

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