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PMQs: Jeremy Corbyn mocks May's Brexit deal 'shambles'

Jeremy Corbyn accuses Theresa May's government of being "a coalition of chaos." The Labour leader mocked the government's Brexit "shambles" following the collapse of the divorce agreement between the UK and EU. The prime minister insists that "very good progress" is being made in negotiations. LONDON — Jeremy Corbyn has mocked the government's Brexit "shambles" after Theresa May failed to achieve a divorce deal with the European Union this week.
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