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Foster: DUP would not support Jeremy Corbyn-led government

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Foster: DUP would not support Jeremy Corbyn-led government

Foster: DUP would not support Jeremy Corbyn-led government

The DUP leader has made clear her party would not support a Jeremy Corbyn-led Labour government in a hung parliament.

At the launch of a policy document in Belfast, Arlene Foster claimed Mr Corbyn would be bad for the future of the Union.

She insisted her party would not countenance a deal with Mr Corbyn.


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