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UK Labour must back 'public vote' on Brexit after EU vote: McDonnell

Reuters Monday, 27 May 2019
Britain's main opposition Labour Party must back a public vote on Brexit, Labour's finance chief John McDonnell said on Monday, after voters deserted the party in droves in European elections amid anger over the country's delayed departure from the EU.
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Britain’s main opposition Labour Party must back a public vote between a credible “leave option and remain”, its Brexit policy chief said on Monday, pressing the party’s leadership to embrace a new referendum whole-heartedly. “It’s no use trying to hide from these very disappointing...

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