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PM: Time to prepare for no-deal Brexit

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PM: Time to prepare for no-deal Brexit

PM: Time to prepare for no-deal Brexit

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has warned it was time to "get ready" for an Australian style Brexit deal unless there was a "fundamental change in approach" from the EU.

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