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30 June 2017

Labour Splits Come to the Fore: What Does This Mean for Brexit?

Brexit, Government Affairs

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There have been a number of developments on the Brexit front this week – yesterday attention shifted to the Labour party.

Jeremy Corbyn emerged from the election with his leadership credentials bolstered and over the course of the past couple of weeks he has caused the government serious discomfort on a range of issues from the Grenfell disaster through to the public sector pay freeze. However, the party’s own divisions on Brexit were exposed yesterday with almost one in five of the party’s MPs defying the party whip to back an amendment on keeping the UK in the single market and customs union post-Brexit.

Read our latest analysis of where this leaves the party and what this in turn means for the wider Brexit question:

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