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Corbyn backs call for second Brexit vote

SBS Monday, 25 February 2019
Britain's Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will call for a second Brexit referendum, his office says, as well as back a move to extend the March 29 deadline.
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According to CNN, Jeremy Corbyn will tell lawmakers in the British Parliament that the Labour Party will call for a second Brexit referendum. A press release from the Labour Party acknowledged that they will put forward an amendment seeking another public vote over the UK's exit from the EU. The...

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