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Corbyn meets opposition MPs to plan stop to no-deal

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Corbyn meets opposition MPs to plan stop to no-deal

Corbyn meets opposition MPs to plan stop to no-deal

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has met with other remainer leaders to discuss plans to stop a no-deal Brexit.

The group, including Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson, met for over an hour.

Anna Soubry, a member of Change UK said the meeting was "excellent" and MPs agreed to "work together to stop a no deal Brexit by legislation".

Report by Thomasl.

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