UK set for third election in four years in bid to break Brexit deadlock

Pedro Gonçalves
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UK set for third election in four years in bid to break Brexit deadlock

UK prime minister Boris Johnson has called for an early general election and the opposition Labour Party has agreed, meaning Britain is heading for a December general election to try to overcome the political deadlock over Brexit. Jeremy Corbyn, Labour leader, declared on Tuesday that his conditions for an early election had now been met and that he was satisfied that a "no-deal" Brexit had been taken off the table. Britain's inability to break its half-century bond with the EU has halt...

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