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UK's Labour says it is offering other parties 'fail safe' way to stop no-deal Brexit

Reuters Sunday, 25 August 2019
Britain's opposition Labour Party is offering opponents of a no-deal Brexit a "fail safe" procedure in order to stop that outcome, the party's trade spokesman Barry Gardiner said on Sunday.
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Cross-party talks led by Labour's Jeremy Corbyn have resulted in a co-ordinated effort to thwart Prime Minister Boris Johnson's plans for a no-deal Brexit. The Prime Minister has repeatedly promised that the UK will leave the European Union on October 31, with or without a deal. But Mr Johnson has...

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