UK's Labour Party to hold second Brexit vote if it wins election

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn wants to first secure a national election, and then determine the party's Brexit stance.

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    The United Kingdom's main opposition Labour Party has pledged to hold a second referendum on Brexit if it wins an election.

    However, the party remains divided on whether it would back leave or remain in such a vote.

    Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn wants to first secure a national election, and then determine the party's Brexit stance.

    Al Jazeera's Laurence Lee reports from Brighton, where the party is holding its annual conference.


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