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Tory chairman accuses Labour of looking to frustrate Brexit

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Tory chairman accuses Labour of looking to frustrate Brexit

Tory chairman accuses Labour of looking to frustrate Brexit

Brandon Lewis MP has accused Labour of "looking to frustrate Brexit" following the party's decision to back a second public vote on Britain's relationship with the European Union.

The Chairman of the Conservative Party urged MPs to "look to themselves around what they are doing in the national interest".

Mr Lewis said he believes that leaving the EU with a deal on 29th March will deliver for the UK economy.

Report by Jonesia.

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