Dozens of Tory MPs ready to block no-deal Brexit, May warned

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Andrew Percy tells PM that moderate leavers are prepared to vote against government Dozens of Conservative MPs are prepared to vote against the government in order to block the UK leaving the EU without a deal, one of the leaders of a group of more than 100 Tory politicians has said. The warning to Theresa May was delivered on Friday by Andrew Percy of the Brexit delivery group – regarded in the p
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