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Starmer: Labour 'not supporting' second referendum tonight

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Starmer: Labour 'not supporting' second referendum tonight

Starmer: Labour 'not supporting' second referendum tonight

The Independent Group MP Anna Soubry questions whether Labour will back a second referendum tonight.

Shadow Brexit Secretary Sir Keir Starmer responds by confirming that Labour "will not be supporting it tonight" and instead seeking for an extension to Article 50.

Report by Khanomh.

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