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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Starmer to call for united opposition if Brexit deal fails tough tests
Labour’s Brexit spokesman will resist Tory hardliners’ effort to exploit ‘once in a generation chance’ to extract UK from the EU social and economic model

The Labour party will attempt to draw a line under divisions over its decision to support the triggering of article 50, promising that it will refuse to back any Brexit deal that does not deliver “the exact same benefits” as the UK enjoys as a full member of the European Union.
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Looks like Labour are backing away from Brexit?

In a major policy speech at Chatham House, Starmer will harden Labour’s Brexit stance, warning that there is a “worrying and increasingly powerful move on the government benches to sever our links with Europe”.

“Once a small minority in the Conservative party, the Brexiteers are now in office and in power. This ideologically driven approach to Brexit would be disastrous and divisive.”
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