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Jeremy Corbyn Says Labour Supports Second Brexit Referendum

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Jeremy Corbyn Says Labour Supports Second Brexit Referendum

Jeremy Corbyn Says Labour Supports Second Brexit Referendum

According to CNN, Jeremy Corbyn will tell lawmakers in the British Parliament that the Labour Party will call for a second Brexit referendum.

A press release from the Labour Party acknowledged that they will put forward an amendment seeking another public vote over the UK's exit from the EU.

The United Kingdom is scheduled to depart the European Union on March 29th, and the parliament has not passed the UK's withdrawal agreement.

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12, 2019.



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