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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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“My own view is that I would rather get a negotiated deal now if we can to stop the danger of a no-deal exit from the EU on 29 March which would be catastrophic for industry, catastrophic for trade.” – British opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn.Read More →

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House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler said his panel “will take steps to better understand both the president’s actions and the FBI’s response to that behavior” in coming weeks. He also said lawmakers would seek to protect investigators from the president’s “increasingly unhinged attacks.”Read More →

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The result will undercut Tshisekedi’s ability to deliver on campaign promises to make a break with the 18-year Kabila era and fuel suspicion that his victory, announced on Thursday, came through a backroom deal that will preserve Kabila’s influence over important ministries and the security forces.Read More →