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In a dramatic statement to the nation from Downing Street (pictured left), the PM upped the ante by warning no more negotiations will be possible if MPs 'chop the legs out' from Britain's position in a crucial vote tomorrow.

Although Mr Johnson insisted he did not want an election, he left no doubt he is ready to call one by vowing he will not obey any law passed by the House ordering a Brexit extension.

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Earlier today we reported Meghan has made the 'heartbreaking' decision to remain estranged from Thomas Markle, 75, 'to protect herself, her husband and her son'.

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage insisted 'No Deal is the best deal' given there are less than 60 days until the deadline of October 31 for Britain to leave the EU.

He also told Boris Johnson (right during a speech outside Downing Street today) he would be making a 'historic mistake' by trying to get a rehashed version of Mrs May's Withdrawal Agreement - minus the backstop - through parliament.

Speaking on LBC Radio today, Mr Farage (left speaking at a party event in Colchester, Essex) told his listeners his party is ready for a general election and has previously indicated he would field a rival in every Tory seat if the prime minister did not opt for a hard Brexit.

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