Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May speaks at a general election campaign event at marketing services group Linney, in Mansfield on May 10, 2017. REUTERS/Oli Scarff/Pool
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Britain's opposition Labour party will not walk away from Brexit talks without a deal if it wins next month's election, according to a leaked draft manifesto published by several newspapers.Among the pledges, which are yet to be signed off, the party said it would guarantee a "meaningful vote" on the final Brexit agreement and rules out leaving the European Union without a deal.Corbyn Tuesday refused five times to answer directly when asked by the BBC if Britain would leave the EU if he was prime minister, although a party source later told AFP there was no question Brexit would happen.The draft manifesto also details Labour's view on immigration -- a key factor in Britain's referendum last year on leaving the EU.
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