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UK's Labour Party want rebel bill to pass before backing election

Reuters Wednesday, 4 September 2019 ()
UK's Labour Party want rebel bill to pass before backing electionBritain's opposition Labour Party will not back a vote later on Wednesday to hold an election and would ideally like to pass legislation that seeks to prevent a no-deal Brexit before backing a new parliamentary poll.
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