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Writing in the Telegraph he spoke also of the attitude of the opposition parties and their “true anti-democratic colours”. The Prime Minister added: “They are united in wanting to cancel the referendum result Labour, SNP, Liberal Democrats and overturn the will of the people. They are so desperate to get round the electorate that they will not even agree to an election.

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“They have turned it down twice.”

Mr Johnson spoke of his resolve when he said: “Despite the Remainer attempt to crush Brexit, I am working flat out to ensure we leave on October 31.

“Let us be in no doubt as to what has really happened in Parliament in the last couple of weeks.

“Let there be no ambiguity about the underlying motive.

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Boris JohnsonBoris Johnson (Image: GETTY)

“A large number of MPs, though by no means all, are simply trying to crush Brexit.

“In spite of all that they promised, and voted for, they just want to stop this country from ever leaving the European Union.

“This isn’t about trying to block a so-called ‘no deal’ Brexit.”

Mr Johnson state that such a claim is utterly disingenuous and that rebel MP’s and opposition MPs are in fact trying to stop Brexit altogether.

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