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The Labour Party's official Brexit policy is to try and block Brexit

"Brexit means Brexit!" is what Theresa May keeps telling us. For for the Labour Party, Brexit might actually mean Britain staying in the European Union. That is because it seems Labour finally reached an agreement on what its Brexit policy should be at the party's conference in Liverpool. Party members voted unanimously to adopt a policy which threatens to derail Britain's withdrawal from the 28-nation bloc.
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