More Than One Million Labour Leave Voters Have Abandoned Brexit, Says Gordon Brown

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Gordon Brown has said more than one million Labour supporters who voted for Brexit have now changed their mind, as pressure grows on Jeremy Corbyn to back a second EU referendum. The former prime minister said on Wednesday that the country was “losing hope” and had been “immobilised by divisions”. “Remain voters are despondent, fearing that we have moved from a soft Brexit to a hard Brexit to a no ▶ Full story on huffingtonpost.co.uk
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