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No shift in Labour Brexit stance after crunch shadow cabinet meeting

Independent Wednesday, 19 June 2019
Hopes of a fundamental Labour shift to full-throated support for a second Brexit referendum were dashed as a shadow cabinet meeting broke up without agreement on a new policy.
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