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Boris Johnson will use the first 'Super Saturday' parliament sitting in 40 years to ask MPs to pass any deal he secures within 24 hours of next week's European summit

The PM is expected to table a vote on a deal when Parliament sits next Saturday

'Super Saturday' would be the first one since start of the Falklands War in 1982

It would fall on the same day as an anti-Brexit rally organised by People's Vote

If vote passes, Parliament would work around the clock for seven days a week

This would be as PM tries to force deal through both Houses before October 31


A source told newspaper: 'It's decision time for MPs. They can either back the deal or back a Brexit delay. It will be a binary choice.'


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