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Britain's Liberal Democrats formally adopt 'Stop Brexit' policy

Reuters Sunday, 15 September 2019
Britain's Liberal Democrats party on Sunday toughened its anti-Brexit stance, formally adopting a policy to cancel leaving the European Union if it wins power at a national election.
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A look at the Liberal Democrats' Party conference in Bournemouth, which will be Jo Swinson's first as leader. She has committed the party to a firm no Brexit stance, wanting to revoke Article 50.

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