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UK Labour deputy leader says Brexit stance behind effort to oust him

Reuters Saturday, 21 September 2019
The deputy leader of Britain's main opposition Labour Party said on Saturday that his stance on Brexit, where he backs a second referendum before a parliamentary election, unlike leader Jeremy Corbyn, is behind efforts by some in the party to remove him.
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