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UK's Labour says no deal legislation will be tabled Tuesday

Reuters Sunday, 1 September 2019
Plans for legislation to stop a no-deal Brexit will be published on Tuesday, Britain's opposition Labour treasury spokesman John McDonnell said on Sunday.
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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says legislation preventing a no-deal Brexit is the priority over a general election.

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