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I take the blame, says UK Labour's McDonnell of election 'disaster'

Reuters Sunday, 15 December 2019
John McDonnell, Labour's finance policy chief, accepted the blame on Sunday for the main opposition party's election "disaster" last week when many traditional supporters switched to back Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
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