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Chancellor Philip Hammond has indicated he may vote to bring down the next PM to stop a no-deal Brexit. Asked whether he would back a motion of no-confidence in the government, he said he could "not exclude anything". Mr Hammond also said he would do "everything in my power" to stop a future prime minister suspending Parliament to get a no-deal Brexit. He was one of four cabinet ministers who abstained from a vote blocking the possibility of this happening. The Commons vote was brought forward on Thursday by MPs who fear the next Conservative leader and prime minister will make the move - known as "prorogation" - to push through a no-deal Brexit and cut them out of the process. Foreign Se... Full story

19 July