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Labour Party Will Back Second Brexit Vote

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Labour Party Will Back Second Brexit Vote

According to Reuters, the Labour Party announced it will back calls for a second Brexit referendum vote.

The United Kingdom is scheduled to depart the European Union about a month from now on March 29th.

But the British Parliament has not passed the withdrawal agreement negotiated by the government of Prime Minister Theresa May and officials with the EU.

The Labour Party is expected to call for a second public vote if the prime minister's Brexit backup plan is rejected by parliament.

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Labour Party Will Back Second Brexit Vote

PHOTO DATED THURSDAY, FEB.

14, 2019.

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12, 2019.

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