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UK Labour Leader Corbyn Losing Support Over Failure to Take a Stance on Second Brexit Vote

CNSNews.com Friday, 8 February 2019
UK Labour Leader Corbyn Losing Support Over Failure to Take a Stance on Second Brexit VoteIn a recent survey by Opinium, 22 percent of young Labour voter respondents indicated they could move away from the party on the grounds it hasn’t done enough to stop the planned exit.
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Labour could still back a second Brexit referendum, Jeremy Corbyn says, as he urges Theresa May to accept his demands for a deal. In a speech in Coventry the Labour leader says: "The country cannot be taken over the cliff edge for the sake of Tory party unity."

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