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Labour panic as Remain voters switch to Liberal Democrats

The News Articles Saturday, 18 May 2019
Labour panic as Remain voters switch to Liberal DemocratsSenior Labour figures have been engaged in a determined struggle to shore up the get together’s improve on Saturday evening, amid warnings that its stance on Brexit was once serving to to “detoxify the Lib Dems”. With simply days left earlier than the Ecu elections at which Nigel Farage’s Brexit get together is predicted to …
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News video: Cable: ‘Corbyn is rattled by European elections’

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Leader of the Liberal Democrats Sir Vince Cable believes the collapse of cross-party Brexit talks between the Conservatives and Labour were prompted by Jeremy Corbyn’s stress over the European elections. The MP added that many Labour voters are switching to the Liberal Democrats for a clear plan on...

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