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UK PM is offering the 'poison of no deal' with election bid: Labour's Corbyn

Reuters Wednesday, 4 September 2019 ()
British opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn accused Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday of offering the "poison of a no deal" by calling on lawmakers to back holding an early election.
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News video: Boris Johnson accuses Jeremy Corbyn of wanting to 'stop the people from voting'

Boris Johnson accuses Jeremy Corbyn of wanting to 'stop the people from voting' 01:11

Boris Johnson accused Jeremy Corbyn of wanting to β€œstop the people from voting” after failing to secure enough support to trigger an early general election. Labour and other opposition MPs refused to back the PM's election bid while the risk of a no-deal remained.

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