Labour frontrunner Rebecca Long-Bailey refuses to deny trying illegal drugs in Amsterdam

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REBECCA Long-Bailey today refused to deny taking illegal drugs but implied that she had tried weed. Ms Long-Bailey was quizzed on her experience with drugs as she tried to prove herself to be the most viable candidate in the Labour leadership race. When asked in an interview with JOE if she had tried illegal drugs, […]
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