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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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LONDON (Reuters) - Britain’s opposition Labour Party is moving closer to supporting a second Brexit referendum and could do so as soon as this week, several of its senior lawmakers said on Sunday. Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn stands next to deputy leader Tom Watson after delivering his speech...

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