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John McDonnell insists Labour will win a 'clear majority' despite slipping 4 points behind the Tories

John McDonnell insists Labour is heading for a majority government despite falling behind the Conservatives in two polls this week. The shadow chancellor told BI a recent poll putting the Tories four points ahead was "within the margin of error." McDonnell insisted leaked analysis showing likely damage of Brexit has not made him reconsider Labour's Brexit policy. He said the "tone" of negotiations was to blame for gloomy forecasts.
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