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UK's Corbyn Says He Will Try to Renegotiate Brexit Deal

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UK's Corbyn Says He Will Try to Renegotiate Brexit Deal

UK's Corbyn Says He Will Try to Renegotiate Brexit Deal

According to Reuters, British Labour opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn said that after meeting the EU’s Brexit negotiator, that he will push ahead with Brexit and seek to renegotiate the terms of the divorce deal.

Corbyn’s meeting with Michel Barnier on Thursday came as Prime Minister Theresa May is struggling to get her divorce deal through parliament.

Corbyn told reporters that “Our determination is to find an agreement, which means we prevent a no-deal Brexit.&quot;

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