The former deputy Prime Minister argued Brexiteers were trying to silence the 48 per cent.
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The Labour leader has used an autocue for the first time ahead of his address on Tuesday.
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A group of MPs has published what it calls "the first route-map back to winning a majority for Labour in England".
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