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happen if the deal is rejected when it is put before the British P▓arliament before the end of the year.Many of Britain's lead

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y Co▓rbyn in No.10.Labor's chief Brexit spokesman Keir Starmer said: "Given the shambolic h

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howed great interest in Xi's remarks on globalization.Globalization a

andling of these negot▓iations, this is unlikely to be a good deal for the country. It's not in the national interest to vote for a bad deal."Labor Leader Jeremy Corbyn said "We will look at the details of what has be

en ag▓reed when they are available, but from w▓hat we know of the shambolic handling of ▓these negotiations, this is unlikely to be a good deal for ▓the country."The leader of the minority Liberal ▓Democrat Party, Vince Cable, who backs a new refere

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nd▓um, said: "Before the ink is dry, the Conservat▓ive Party will tear into what little Theresa May has been able to agree. "The prime minister now faces a

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defea▓t in Parliament, as a majority will be hard▓ or impossible to secure for what she has come up w▓ith."In London on Tuesday night Mayor Sadiq Khan

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