Labour MP refuses to give party's position on Brexit deal despite being asked THREE times



A LABOUR MP was grilled over how the Opposition party will approach the final Brexit deal between the UK and EU as time runs out for one to be achieved, but remained vague even as she was pressed multiple times on the question.
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