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Brexit talks collapse; May, Labour Party fail to reach agreement

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Brexit Talks Between May And Corbyn Collapse 01:05

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn said in a letter to Prime Minister Theresa May that negotiations &quot;have now gone as far as they can.&quot;

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