Bitter row breaks out between Corbyn aide and Brexit supremo Sir Keir Starmer over Brexit date 

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Shadow Brexit Secretary, Sir Keir Starmer recently said it was ‘inevitable’ that Brexit would not be achieved by March 29, which is said to have taken key Corbyn aide Seumas Milne by surprise.
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