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Jeremy Corbyn: Boris Johnson is heading for no-deal Brexit

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Jeremy Corbyn: Boris Johnson is heading for no-deal Brexit

Jeremy Corbyn: Boris Johnson is heading for no-deal Brexit

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn told media he believes Prime Minister Boris Johnson is heading for a no-deal Brexit on a visit to Southampton.

Corbyn paid a visit to a wind turbine facility in Fawley, Southampton, to set out how Labour's investment in green energy will create jobs and benefit coastal communities.

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