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Labour MP explains why he voted in FAVOUR of defeated Brexit deal

Sleaford Target Wednesday, 16 January 2019
Labour MP explains why he voted in FAVOUR of defeated Brexit dealIt comes as the Government's Brexit deal was heavily defeated.
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