Lib Dems and Anna Soubry reject Corbyn caretaker government

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Ex-Tory Sarah Wollaston says Labour leader ‘won’t find the support of the Commons’ Liberal Democrat and Independent Group for Change MPs have reiterated that they would not back a caretaker government led by Jeremy Corbyn, after the Labour leader called on rebel Tories and opposition leaders to stop a no-deal Brexit by allowing him to lead a temporary administration. Anna Soubry, the leader of the
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