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Former UK Labour MP Angela Smith to join Liberal Democrats party: The Times

Reuters Saturday, 7 September 2019 ()
Angela Smith, the former UK Labour MP, will join the Liberal Democratic party, the Times newspaper reported in its Sunday edition.
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News video: Brexit: The state of the parties as Parliament is suspended

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A look at how the Government and opposition benches stand after the prorogation of Parliament. It comes after Amber Rudd handed in her Conservative whip and Angela Smith joined the Liberal Democrats.

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