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Former prime minister Gordon Brown says there WILL be a second Brexit referendum

Tamworth Herald Monday, 12 November 2018
Former prime minister Gordon Brown says there WILL be a second Brexit referendumMr Brown, who served as Prime Minister until 2010, said he believes a second referendum on Britain's EU membership is inevitable.
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