Pro-EU activists are gearing up as Mr Johnson's procession towards Downing Street continues, with the former foreign secretary looking certain to take over from Theresa May next week. Mr Johnson has insisted that Brexit must happen by October 31 'come what may', saying the impact of No Deal could be 'vanishingly inexpensive' if the UK prepares properly. He has refused to rule out using any tactics to secure his aim, although he insists he does not want to suspend Parliament. And Ms Miller told Sky News today: 'I have never been a fan of Brexit… but that is completely separate, completely different, from defending the central pillar of our constitution.
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