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UK Government Says Talks With Labour Party Were Productive And Will Continue

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UK Government Says Talks With Labour Party Were Productive And Will Continue

UK Government Says Talks With Labour Party Were Productive And Will Continue

According to a report by Reuters, a spokesman said that talks between Prime Minister Theresa May's government and the opposition Labour party on Tuesday were wide-ranging and productive and will continue on Thursday.

The spokesman reportedly said, "We have had further productive and wide-ranging talks this afternoon, and the parties have agreed to meet again on Thursday once European Council has concluded.

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UK Government Says Talks With Labour Party Were Productive And Will Continue

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