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The Labour Party published the wrong Brexit policy because of an 'unfortunate cock-up'

There is lots of confusion within Labour regarding what the party's official policy on Brexit is. On Tuesday, we reported that members at the party's Liverpool conference unanimously backed a motion agreeing that Labour should push for a second vote on whether Britain should leave the EU. The motion, which was passed at an economic forum, said the following: "Unless the final settlement proves to be acceptable, then the option of retaining EU membership should be retained.
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