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Would a Corbyn minority government mean two further referendums?

Votes on EU membership and Scottish independence would be more likely but far from certain

By Kirsty Hughes  

Photo: Kirsty O'Connor/PA Wire/PA Images

The polls, for now, suggest a majority Johnson government. But for Remainers and supporters of Scottish independence alike, a minority Corbyn government still looks like the best route to achieving their aims. That may be true but there is no guarantee it will deliver what they want.

Corbyn doesn’t know or won’t say if his preferred Brexit deal is better or worse than staying in the EU. But Labour has promised a…

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