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Barclay: Public will be 'appalled' by another Brexit delay

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Barclay: Public will be 'appalled' by another Brexit delay

Barclay: Public will be 'appalled' by another Brexit delay

Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay says the Letwin amendment will make today's vote meaningless and "the public will be appalled" by more delay.

He urges Letwin to withdraw the amendment.

Report by Khanomh.

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