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Labour will support 'far from ideal' Brexit trade deal

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Labour will support 'far from ideal' Brexit trade deal

Labour will support 'far from ideal' Brexit trade deal

Shadow Business Minister Lucy Powell says Labour will support Boris Johnson's Brexit trade deal when it is put before the House of Commons on Wednesday, despite it being "far from ideal".

The Labour MP's comments come amid rumours of a growing rebellion within the party against Keir Starmer's decision to support the deal.

Report by Thomasl.

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