Britain must quit talks and go for No Deal Brexit unless Brussels offers a better deal, would-be PM Esther McVey blasts

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BRITAIN should go all out for a No Deal Brexit – unless the EU begs us to come back to the negotiating table, Esther McVey said today. The Tory leadership contender said she will immediately end Brexit talks if she becomes PM. Instead she will aim to take Britain out on October 31 without a […]
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