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Jeremy Corbyn Says No-Deal Brexit Would Be An 'Abuse Of Power'

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Jeremy Corbyn Says No-Deal Brexit Would Be An 'Abuse Of Power'

Jeremy Corbyn Says No-Deal Brexit Would Be An 'Abuse Of Power'

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn recently spoke out about British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s no-deal Brexit.

He said it would be “an unprecedented, unconstitutional and anti-democratic abuse of power.” According to Reuters, Corbyn said Labour would never support leaving the European Union without a deal.

Some lawmakers are looking to bing a motion of no confidence against Johnson’s government.

When Johnson ran for prime minister he promised to take Britain out of the E.U.

With or without a deal.

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