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Labour MP Stephen Kinnock: It would be 'betrayal' not to let Parliament vote on Article 50

Labour MP Stephen Kinnock says Theresa May has a "moral duty" to let Parliament vote on triggering Britain's official exit from the European Union begins. Kinnock, a leading Remain campaigner, told Business Insider it would be "completely absurd" and "a betrayal" if British MPs were not given the chance to vote before Theresa May triggers Article 50. Business Insider sat down with Kinnock this week to discuss Brexit, including why Remain lost, the sort of deal Britain should aim to negotiate, and what the result means for Labour.
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