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Long-Bailey denies Labour are sitting on the Brexit fence

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Long-Bailey denies Labour are sitting on the Brexit fence

Long-Bailey denies Labour are sitting on the Brexit fence

Rebecca Long-Bailey has denied that the Labour Party are sitting on the fence over its stance ahead of releasing their European Elections manifesto.

The shadow business secretary said the decision to campaign for a softer Brexit or a general election ahead of a second Brexit referendum was aimed at uniting voters.

Report by Blairm.

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