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Boris Johnson's plan for Queen's Speech on October 14 will force Tory rebels to bring forward plan to stop no-deal to next week

Former minister: 'It's outrageous and profoundly undemocratic. It's not the action of someone who is serious about getting a deal'
Holding Queen's Speech on Oct 14 effectively extends conference recess and means Parliament won't be sitting for *over a month*

It hugely limits timetable for stopping no-deal Brexit

It also hugely limits likelihood of getting any deal - if one is reached - through Parliament
Also the days after a Queen's Speech are traditionally reserved for debating the policy and measures presented by the Government

That's *yet more time* when MPs will be constrained from debating Brexit

Tory Remainers returning to Westminster early to work on their game plan
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