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UK Labour's finance chief McDonnell to step down after election defeat

Reuters Saturday, 14 December 2019
Britain's opposition Labour party finance spokesman John McDonnell will not be in his party's next shadow cabinet after Labour's heavy election defeat to Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservatives, he said on Saturday.
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