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Chuka Umunna attacks Corbyn and Johnson in Liberal Democrat speech

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Chuka Umunna attacks Corbyn and Johnson in Liberal Democrat speech

Chuka Umunna attacks Corbyn and Johnson in Liberal Democrat speech

Chuka Umunna has launched an attack on Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn during his speech to the Liberal Democrat conference in Bournemouth.

Umunna accused Jeremy Corbyn for holding 'illiberal' values and said that Boris Johnson is 'cosying up' to Donald Trump.

The former Labour, Change UK and Independent MP was making his first speech as a Liberal Democract, whom he joined earlier this year.

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