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Head of Labour Leave campaign calls on party to reject Boris Johnson's Brexit deal

Independent Saturday, 19 October 2019
Mr Johnson is expected to secure the votes of most of the Brexit hardliners in the European Research Group of Tory backbenchers, as well as the group of former Conservatives expelled from the party for rebelling over no-deal.
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