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UK Labour lawmakers will support referendum on PM Johnson's Brexit deal

Reuters Thursday, 17 October 2019
Britain's opposition Labour Party is likely to vote for a second referendum if it is added to any deal proposed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Saturday, a party source said.
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