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UK Labour's McDonnell privately says party should campaign to prevent Brexit: report

Reuters Sunday, 25 August 2019
The finance chief of Britain's main opposition Labour Party has said privately that the party should campaign to prevent Brexit, the Sunday Times newspaper reported.
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