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UK opposition Labour to vote on Brexit stance

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UK opposition Labour to vote on Brexit stance

UK opposition Labour to vote on Brexit stance

Britain&apos;s Labour Party will on Monday decide between two possible Brexit policies: to campaign to remain in the European Union at a second referendum or defer a decision on what stance to take until after an election, a Labour source said on Sunday.

Michelle Hennessy reports.

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