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Daily Mail expert: BoJo may face October NO CONFIDENCE vote if he goes for no-deal Brexit (E776)

On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to Consultant Editor of the Daily Mail Andrew Pierce about Boris Johnson winning the Tory leadership contest, how long he thinks Boris Johnson will last before a no confidence motion, why Tory MPs are less likely to rebel against him, the crisis in the Labour Party and more. Next, we speak to Sinn Féin’s Mickey Brady MP, who states Sinn Féin’s position on Boris Johnson, how Ireland’s Leo Varadkar should stand firm with the EU in negotiating with Boris and whether a no-deal Brexit could make a reunited Ireland more likely. Finally, we speak to Extinction Rebellion spokesperson Dr. Rupert Read on how Extinction Rebellion will approach a Boris Johnson premiership, whether XR has plans for more mass protests and more!

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“A good education is the greatest gift that that we as a society can give our children. I applaud the superb commitment of so many students to campaigning for faster action on climate change and I share their ambition. But I do believe it’s vital that schooldays are not lost, and I urge students to carry out their campaigning out of school hours.”

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