Tony Blair says a no-deal Brexit is 'a threat to the United Kingdom'
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Published on Oct 9, 2019
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair has said that a no-deal Brexit would threaten the future of the United Kingdom.
In an interview with the BBC, Mr Blair also slammed the strategy used by PM Boris Johnson to try and secure an agreement with the EU.
It comes with BoJo fighting for a last chance to salvage a Brexit deal after Angela Merkel derailed the government's plan.
The Prime Minister will meet with Irish leader Leo Varadkar in a bid to solve issues around a customs border with Northern Ireland.
Boris Johnson is also planning to tell the Queen she cannot sack him as Prime Minister even if he loses a no confidence vote and MPs choose a caretaker replacement.
Senior No10 aides are preparing legal advice for the monarch to ensure Boris can stay on to try to deliver Brexit on October 31.
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