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Brexit talks doomed? Labour concerned May's successor could ditch any deal

Reuters Tuesday, 14 May 2019 ()
Britain's opposition Labour Party has done all it can to reach a Brexit compromise with Prime Minister Theresa May but is deeply concerned a future Conservative leader could renege on any promises made by the current government.
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Labour declares Brexit talks with Conservatives dead 01:23

Brexit talks between the UK's Conservative and Labour parties have come to a close after six weeks - without reaching an agreement. Lauren Anthony reports.

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