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Lib Dems 'don't have objection in principle' to Corbyn as interim PM to stop no-deal Brexit

Independent Friday, 16 August 2019
Lib Dem MP says she would support Labour leader if he could assemble Commons majority, as sources say opposition to him entering No10 is purely 'pragmatic'
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