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Brexit: Labour MP says she would prefer to go into coalition with Farage's Brexit Party than the Lib Dems

Independent Thursday, 12 September 2019
Emma Lewell-Buck says she 'despises' Brexit Party but cannot go into league with anyone who would block EU withdrawal
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