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Labour-Tory Brexit talks end without deal

BBC News Friday, 17 May 2019
Labour-Tory Brexit talks end without dealJeremy Corbyn says discussions "have gone as far as they can", while Theresa May calls them "difficult".
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News video: Theresa May questions Jeremy Corbyn's commitment to delivering Brexit

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Theresa May has questioned Jeremy Corbyn's commitment to Brexit after the Labour leader announced an end to cross-party talks over the Brexit deal.

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