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End 'no-deal brinkmanship' and let's talk, Britain's Corbyn tells May

Reuters Monday, 21 January 2019
End 'no-deal brinkmanship' and let's talk, Britain's Corbyn tells MayJeremy Corbyn, leader of Britain's opposition Labour Party, will reiterate on Monday his willingness to talk to Prime Minister Theresa May on ways to break the deadlock over Brexit but not while the government wastes money on "no-deal brinkmanship".
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