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Brexit splits Labour, British MPs quit

Bangkok Post Monday, 18 February 2019
LONDON: Seven MPs quit Britain's main opposition Labour Party on Monday, citing the leadership's support for Brexit and a growing culture of racism, intimidation and abuse.
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