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Jeremy Corbyn remains silent on Brexit talks progress

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Jeremy Corbyn remains silent on Brexit talks progress

Jeremy Corbyn remains silent on Brexit talks progress

Talks between Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour party and Theresa May’s government are expected to resume this week in an attempt to break the Brexit impasse.

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