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UK Labour's Corbyn Claims Government Showing Signs Of Compromise On Brexit

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UK Labour's Corbyn Claims Government Showing Signs Of Compromise On Brexit

UK Labour's Corbyn Claims Government Showing Signs Of Compromise On Brexit

According to a report by Reuters, on Thursday, Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn said that the British government has indicated it may be willing to compromise in key areas that have prevented a Brexit deal to be reached.

Corbyn reportedly told Parliament, &quot;The talks now taking place between the opposition and the government are serious, detailed and ongoing, and I welcome the constructive engagement so far.

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