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Dominic Raab has set out his stall as the “no deal Brexit” candidate for the Conservative Party leadership as he broke his silence on Theresa May's deal.

The former Brexit Secretary refused to support the Withdrawal Agreement and said he would prefer to leave the EU without a deal. More than 20 Brexiteers, including Boris Johnson, have this week switched to back her deal.

On Thursday Mr Raab said the UK should “go back to the EU again” to press for changes to the backstop - and be prepared to leave without a deal on April 12 if that does not work.

The comments will appeal to Brexiteer Tories and could win their backing as their preferred contender to replace Mrs May.

One senior backbench MP told...

Dominic Raab has set out his stall as the “no deal Brexit” candidate for the Conservative Party leadership as he broke his silence on Theresa May's deal.

The former Brexit Secretary refused to support the Withdrawal Agreement and said he would prefer to leave the EU without a deal. More than 20 Brexiteers, including Boris Johnson, have this week switched to back her deal.

On Thursday Mr Raab said the UK should “go back to the EU again” to press for changes to the backstop - and be prepared to leave without a deal on April 12 if that does not work.

The comments will appeal to Brexiteer Tories and could win their backing as their preferred contender to replace Mrs May.

One senior backbench MP told...

Dominic Raab has set out his stall as the “no deal Brexit” candidate for the Conservative Party leadership as he broke his silence on Theresa May's deal.

The former Brexit Secretary refused to support the Withdrawal Agreement and said he would prefer to leave the EU without a deal. More than 20 Brexiteers, including Boris Johnson, have this week switched to back her deal.

On Thursday Mr Raab said the UK should “go back to the EU again” to press for changes to the backstop - and be prepared to leave without a deal on April 12 if that does not work.

The comments will appeal to Brexiteer Tories and could win their backing as their preferred contender to replace Mrs May.

One senior backbench MP told...

Dominic Raab has set out his stall as the “no deal Brexit” candidate for the Conservative Party leadership as he broke his silence on Theresa May's deal.

The former Brexit Secretary refused to support the Withdrawal Agreement and said he would prefer to leave the EU without a deal. More than 20 Brexiteers, including Boris Johnson, have this week switched to back her deal.

On Thursday Mr Raab said the UK should “go back to the EU again” to press for changes to the backstop - and be prepared to leave without a deal on April 12 if that does not work.

The comments will appeal to Brexiteer Tories and could win their backing as their preferred contender to replace Mrs May.

One senior backbench MP told...