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“If there’s a public vote that would operate as a lock, if you like, on any deal that Theresa May get through. If that is the position, then in my view, the default ought to be ‘remain’,” Starmer told Sky News.Here's The Full Story…

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Labour lawmaker Yvette Cooper, a leading campaigner against Britain leaving the European Union without an agreement, published a new bill on Tuesday that seeks to force a decision by government on whether Britain would leave with a deal, without a deal or extend the negotiation period by mid-March.Here's The Full Story…

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“People had been hoping beyond hope that Theresa May would do that, and unfortunately she came up to speak yesterday and her ‘Plan B’ was just her ‘Plan A’ all over again, and it just looked like she was putting her party before country.” – Roland Rudd, chairman of the People’s Vote campaign for a fresh referendum.Here's The Full Story…

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“If a second referendum takes place, then obviously the party will decide what role we will play in that … but I can’t really go along with the idea that it should simply be a re-run of what happened in 2016,” Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.Here's The Full Story…