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Labour's Corbyn would need to head any UK caretaker government: party's finance policy chief

Reuters Sunday, 8 September 2019
Any British caretaker government would have to be headed by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, the opposition party's finance policy chief John McDonnell said on Sunday.
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