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Pity the Labour Party. As it doubled down on Brexit lunacy, actual news robbed it of a vote-winning triumph

Independent Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
Just as the Starmer and Watson were simultaneously setting out two different policies on Brexit, three Scottish lawyers got in the way
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