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Long-Bailey and Gove speak after ‘constructive’ Brexit talks

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Long-Bailey and Gove speak after ‘constructive’ Brexit talks

Long-Bailey and Gove speak after ‘constructive’ Brexit talks

Labour's Brexit negotiating team have left the Cabinet Office after meetings with government ministers.

Speaking outside, Shadow Business Secretary Rebecca Long-Bailey said: "We've had really constructive discussions today and covered a number of issues in great detail”.

Environment Secretary Michael Gove also said there had been "constructive" talks.

Report by Blairm.

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