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Corbyn Says May Must Change Her Strategy To Avoid Abrupt Split

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Corbyn Says May Must Change Her Strategy To Avoid Abrupt Split

Corbyn Says May Must Change Her Strategy To Avoid Abrupt Split

According to a report by Reuters, on Thursday, British opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn said that Prime Minister Theresa May must change her strategy and seek a close alliance with the European Union after Brexit to avoid the dangerous possibility of an abrupt split.

Corbyn the leader of Britain's Labour Party, told reporters: β€œThe danger of a no-deal exit from the EU for Britain is a very present one.

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