Jeremy Corbyn refuses to rule out cancelling Brexit to stop No Deal after EU talks

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JEREMY Corbyn refused to rule out cancelling Brexit next week to stop No Deal minutes after holding talks with EU chiefs in Brussels. The Labour leader said he was “determined” to avoid a “crash out” after meeting with Michel Barnier and top eurocrat Martin Selmayr yesterday. He blasted Theresa May for trying to blackmail parliament […]
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