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Poll: Will Boris Johnson's Brexit deal pass in the House of Commons?

All eyes are on the DUP ahead of tomorrow’s vote.

Boris Johnson will need to persuade MPs to back his deal.
Boris Johnson will need to persuade MPs to back his deal.
Image: House of Commons/PA Wire/PA Images

BORIS JOHNSON has a deal. Now, the House of Commons has to vote for it. The same parliament that rejected Theresa May’s deal three times will now have a chance to accept or reject the plan negotiated after a frenetic few days in Brussels. 

All eyes are on the DUP, which has said that it will vote against the deal tomorrow during a rare Saturday sitting of parliament. 

This makes Johnson’s path to parliamentary success much narrower, leaving open the possibility that he could – despite getting a deal -  be forced into a Brexit extension. 

So what do you think? Will Boris Johnson get his deal through the House of Commons tomorrow?

Poll Results:

No (7163)
Yes (3965)
I don't know (1466)

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