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Labour's Corbyn brands UK PM Johnson's Brexit plans 'Thatcherism on steroids'

Reuters Tuesday, 5 November 2019
British opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn accused Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday of seeking to hijack Brexit to unleash a Thatcherite bonfire of regulation that would usher in what he cast as a much harsher brand of American-style capitalism.
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Opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn on Tuesday said Prime Minister Boris Johnson was seeking to hijack Brexit to &quot;unleash Thatcherism on steroids&quot; by slashing regulations and moving the United Kingdom towards an American economic model.

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