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Labour Wants No Deal Out Of Brexit Debate

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Labour Wants No Deal Out Of Brexit Debate

Labour Wants No Deal Out Of Brexit Debate

According to Reuters, Britain’s Labour Party will not hold talks with Prime Minister Theresa May unless one issue is resolved.

A Labour spokesman said that Prime Minister May must remove the option of 'no deal' from the Brexit debate, before the party will hold substantive talks with the prime minister.

The spokesman said that Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will meet with Prime Minister May, however, the starting point will be taking 'no deal' off the negotiating table.

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