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The rise of Brexit: How one word took over the House of Commons

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The rise of Brexit: How one word took over the House of Commons

The rise of Brexit: How one word took over the House of Commons

It's been the main topic of conversation for a while, so it's hard to believe the word Brexit was only used three times in the House of Commons in 2014.

We take a look at how many times the word took over politics.


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