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Jeremy Corbyn asks Tory MPs and smaller parties to make him Prime Minister - and stop a no-deal Brexit

Tamworth Herald Wednesday, 14 August 2019
Jeremy Corbyn asks Tory MPs and smaller parties to make him Prime Minister - and stop a no-deal BrexitLabour leader wrote to Meriden Conservative MP Caroline Spelman and other Tories, to ask them to make him Prime Minister.
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