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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.Read More →

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Benn, the chairman of parliament’s Brexit committee, had proposed in November an amendment to the government’s motion on the EU withdrawal agreement and had said he had the backing of senior pro-EU lawmakers from both May’s Conservatives and the opposition Labour Party.Read More →

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The Irish writer Fintan O’Toole, believes that the English think that if “England is not an imperial power, it must be the only other thing it can be: a colony,” seeing himself, with nostalgic shivers, threatened once more by a resurgent Germany.Read More →

Donald Tusk - Claude Juncker - EU News

As you know, we are not in a position to agree to anything that changes or is inconsistent with the Withdrawal Agreement, but against this background, and in order to facilitate the next steps of the process, we are happy to confirm, on behalf of the two EU Institutions we represent, our understanding of the following points within our respective fields of responsibility.Read More →