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Starmer: Labour a “united front” on Brexit

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Starmer: Labour a “united front” on Brexit

Starmer: Labour a “united front” on Brexit

Sir Keir Starmer says the Labour Party has presented “a strong united front” over the last few months despite “different opinions” on a Brexit deal.

Negotiations between the European Union and the United Kingdom on a post-Brexit trade agreement are currently taking place in Westminster.

The Labour leader’s comments come amid reports of a shadow cabinet split on support for the deal.

Report by Jonesia.

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