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Corbyn went after May for leading Britain into a 'shambolic, Tory Brexit'

Jeremy Corbyn put pressure on Theresa May to clarify the government's position on Brexit in their first clash since the end of conference season. In a feisty session of Prime Minister's Questions, the newly re-elected Labour leader accused the prime minister of being willing to sacrifice Britain's membership of the European Single Market in order to "appease" hardline Brexiteers in her party.
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