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UK's Corbyn says will not fall for PM's 'tricks' on election

Reuters Wednesday, 4 September 2019 ()
British Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn told opposition parties on Wednesday Labour would not fall for "Boris Johnson's tricks" and would not support a new election until he is confident that the threat of a no deal Brexit has been removed.
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