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Boris Johnson has said “there is a way” of getting a Brexit deal as he prepares to discuss his options with Democratic Unionist leader Arlene Foster.

The PM, whose attempts to force an early election have been blocked by MPs, said “loads of people” wanted an agreement but he was prepared to leave without one if “absolutely necessary”.

The DUP said any solution which led to UK trade borders was a “non-runner”.

Parliament was dramatically suspended for five weeks earlier on Tuesday.

MPs are not now due to return to Westminster until 14 October after Parliament was controversially prorogued.

Amid unprecedented scenes in the Commons early on Tuesday, some MPs protested against the suspension with signs saying “silenced” while

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