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Brexit talks have broken down, Jeremy Corbyn tells Theresa May

West Briton Friday, 17 May 2019
Brexit talks have broken down, Jeremy Corbyn tells Theresa MayImportant policy gaps cannot be bridged, says opposition leader.
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News video: Jeremy Corbyn pulls plug on Brexit talks with Theresa May

Jeremy Corbyn pulls plug on Brexit talks with Theresa May 00:51

Cross-party Brexit talks have collapsed after Jeremy Corbyn told Theresa May the discussions have "gone as far as they can".

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