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UK's Labour to back November 26 election if Brexit not delivered in October: Sun

Reuters Wednesday, 9 October 2019 ()
Britain's opposition Labour Party will back a general election on Nov. 26 if Prime Minister Boris Johnson fails in his bid to deliver Brexit by the end of this month, the Sun newspaper said on Wednesday, without citing any sources.
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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn gives a speech setting out the policy priorities of a Labour government at Franklin's Gardens in Northampton. Labour would “immediately legislate” to hold a second referendum if the party wins the next election, leader Jeremy Corbyn has confirmed.

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