Brexit Party chair claims Tory MPs could DEFECT unless Boris delivers October EU exit

  Daily Express 

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CONSERVATIVE MPs could defect to the Brexit Party unless Boris Johnson takes Britain out of the EU on October 31 according to Richard Tice, Brexit Party chair and MEP for the East of England.
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