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UK's Corbyn mocks PM Johnson for sending Brexit delay letter

Reuters Monday, 21 October 2019
UK's Corbyn mocks PM Johnson for sending Brexit delay letterThe leader of Britain's opposition Labour Party mocked Prime Minister Boris Johnson for sending a letter to ask for a Brexit delay after saying "over and over again" that he would never do it.
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