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After PM meeting, UK Conservative source says Labour's Corbyn just wants Brexit delay

Reuters Wednesday, 23 October 2019
British Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn "made clear he has no policy except more delays", a Conservative Party source said on Wednesday, describing a meeting between the opposition leader and Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
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