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Starmer: Labour Brexit deal can be secured 'very rapidly'

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Starmer: Labour Brexit deal can be secured 'very rapidly'

Starmer: Labour Brexit deal can be secured 'very rapidly'

Sir Keir Starmer says that a Labour-negotiated deal with the EU could be secured "very rapidly".

The shadow Brexit secretary said he had been talking to senior politicians in the EU27 for three years about a "viable deal".

Sir Keir added that the EU had said that changes to the Political Declaration for the future relationship could take "four to six weeks".

Report by Jonesia.

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