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ITV's Robert Peston suggested European Union member states would be in a 'difficult position' were they to grant a further extension to the Brexit deadline because of potential 'rebellion' from national Parliaments. ITV's Robert Peston suggested European Union member states would be in a "difficult position" were they to grant a further extension to the Brexit deadline because of potential "rebellion" from national Parliaments.

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“.@LeoVaradkar now says it is possible new Brexit treaty can be agreed between @BorisJohnson and EU to allow Brexit on 31 October. Crikey”

Robert Peston on Twitter: ".@LeoVaradkar now says it is possible new Brexit treaty can be agreed between @BorisJohnson and EU to allow Brexit on 31 October. Crikey"

“It’s time to get Brexit done and get on with delivering on Britain’s priorities: safer streets, better hospitals and improved schools 🇬🇧 #LeaveOct31st https://t.co/SRXKUf1kYd”

Boris Johnson on Twitter: "It’s time to get Brexit done and get on with delivering on Britain’s priorities: safer streets, better hospitals and improved schools 🇬🇧 #LeaveOct31st… https://t.co/YptvrC2LAa"

“We are investing an extra £14 billion in schools, to help give all young people the same opportunities to succeed. https://t.co/2WuFYHpG6M”

Boris Johnson on Twitter: "We are investing an extra £14 billion in schools, to help give all young people the same opportunities to succeed.… "

“At some point, the media/establishment line of “no deal is almost certain” will wear thin. I said three months ago I thought @BorisJohnson would get a deal, and we’d leave on Oct 31st. That remains my strong prediction.”

Johnny Mercer MP on Twitter: "At some point, the media/establishment line of “no deal is almost certain” will wear thin. I said three months ago I thought @BorisJohnson would get a deal, and we’d leave on Oct 31st. That remains my strong prediction.… https://t.co/Uq1efTrtBt"

Former Conservative cabinet minister James Brokenshire reveals Boris Johnson told him no-deal would be a failure of the state and he's still trying for a Brexit deal.Former Conservative cabinet minister James Brokenshire reveals Boris Johnson told him no-deal would be a failure of the state and he's still trying for a Brexit deal.

Boris Johnson Told Us No-Deal Would Be A Failure, Tory MP Reveals - LBC