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Seven lawmakers quit UK Labour Party over Brexit and anti-Semitism

France 24 Monday, 18 February 2019
Seven British lawmakers quit the main opposition Labour Party on Monday over its approach to issues including Brexit and anti-Semitism - the biggest shake-up in years for one of Britain's major political parties.
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News video: Seven Labour MPs Split From The Party To Form ‘The Independent Group’

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Seven Labour MPs split from the Labour party in a dramatic stand against the party’s policies. Naming themselves ‘The Independent Group’, Chuka Umunna, Mike Gapes, Luciana Berger, Ann Coffey, Chris Leslie, Gavin Shuker and Angela Smith explained in a press conference why they were leaving the...

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