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he doesn't get us out of the E. U. by the phone is Johnson is refusing to rule out shots in Britain's parliament in order to push through a no deal like sets this was the exchange of the TV debates between Johnson and his rival for the UK's top job Jeremy hunts well I think when this happened in the past when parliament's being shot down against its will we actually had a civil war and so my answer to that is no how about yours well I'm not going to take anything off the table anymore that I'm gonna take our new Dino no wants off the table Johnson is the clear favorite to take the reins from Theresa may on July twenty third his stance on breaks it has been clear the U. K. will be out of the E. U. by the Halloween deadline do or die com once may that's created a question mark the weather Johnson would resort to untested meshes by trying to suspend parliament if he wins power it's something that's known as provoking the legislature since the majority of lawmakers oppose crushing else of the EQ suspending silent crime could in theory allow and of doing , one expert told voices that could risk legal action and some lawmakers have blasted the idea is on democratic Johnson has publicly stated he plans to renegotiate the brexit deal one that has better chances than to reason Mase doomed to plan bought snow make his aunt's taking chances on Tuesday they narrowly approved a measure that could make it harder to suspend parliaments later in the year once the new PM is crowned would you do a deal with the Braves just weeks to go before conservative policy Mendez choose the winner the Tuesday debate often bordered on hall style even when the politicians were honest what they most admired in their opponents need the offered much praise value the I value greatly admire his ability to %HESITATION to change his mind all , this is great to going to see you are asking the question he puts a smile on your face and you forget what the question was quality for a politician maybe not a prime minister that