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Brexit: Boris Johnson and 'wealthy friends' will not bear cost of no-deal, Jeremy Corbyn warns

Independent Tuesday, 10 September 2019 ()
Labour leader will seek to galvanise trade unionists with promise of the 'biggest people-powered' election campaign ever seen
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