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After exit poll, UK's Labour says it is too early to call election result

Reuters Thursday, 12 December 2019
It is too early to call the result of Thursday's election, a spokesperson for Britain's opposition Labour Party said, after an exit poll forecast Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservatives would win a large majority.
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