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Jeremy Corbyn: PM not moving off Brexit red lines

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Jeremy Corbyn: PM not moving off Brexit red lines

Jeremy Corbyn: PM not moving off Brexit red lines

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn says that the Government did not seem to be "moving off the original red lines" in achieving a compromise Brexit deal.

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