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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption Jeremy Hunt: "The risk of no Brexit...is far worse than the risk of no deal". The EU "would be willing to renegotiate" a Brexit deal, says Tory leadership hopeful Jeremy Hunt, adding "they want to solve the problem". The EU has previously said the withdrawal agreement reached with the UK cannot be reopened. Unlike the race frontrunner, Boris Johnson, Mr Hunt did not commit to leaving the EU on 31 October. Meanwhile, fellow leadership contender Rory Stewart insisted "there is no new negotiation with Europe". He said the EU had made it clear they would not revisit the withdrawal agreement. Instead he proposed setting up a citizens' jury to break the Brexit impasse. Full story

16 June

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