Johnson Opens Emergency Brexit Debate in Day of High Tension

Johnson Opens Emergency Brexit Debate in Day of High Tension

U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson makes opening remarks at the start of an emergency debate in the House of Commons in London before a knife-edge vote on his Brexit deal. It is only the fourth Saturday sitting of Parliament since World War II.
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