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UK opposition backs new Brexit referendum

BBC News Tuesday, 9 July 2019
Jeremy Corbyn challenges the next prime minister "to put their deal to the people".
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News video: Corbyn says new UK PM must put Brexit plan to second referendum

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Corbyn says new UK PM must put Brexit plan to second referendum

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