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Jeremy Corbyn: Proposed new Brexit deal worse than Theresa May's

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Jeremy Corbyn: Proposed new Brexit deal worse than Theresa May's

Jeremy Corbyn: Proposed new Brexit deal worse than Theresa May's

Jeremy Corbyn reacts to Boris Johnson's proposed new Brexit deal with the European Union, branding it "worse than Theresa May's deal".

Mr Corbyn said the proposal was especially weak where the Northern Ireland border issue was concerned, and said it signalled a "race to the bottom" with deregulation.

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