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Sir Keir Starmer has said Labor will back an “inevitable” second referendum.
TheShadow Brexit Secretarysaid whatever deal gets through it should be subject to a referendum.
“We have already voted, I think, three times as a party for a second referendum with a three-line whip behind it,” he said.
“The position we have adopted is whatever the outcome, …
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