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Government will recall Parliament if Brexit deal is secured

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Government will recall Parliament if Brexit deal is secured

Government will recall Parliament if Brexit deal is secured

Jacob Rees-Mogg has confirmed that the House of Commons will rise for Christmas "at the close of business today" but the government will seek a recall of Parliament over the festive period if a Brexit deal needs to be approved.

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