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Labour's Shadow Chancellor backs Brexit as enormous opportunity for Britain
McDonnell was asked how Labour could have any influence over the Brexit process when he had just ruled out voting against it, or seeking to block it.

He replied that the party would use "moral pressure" to influence the government.

"I think it's the moral pressure that we'll be able to exert… I don't think it will come down to parliamentary procedures…" he insisted
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november 2016 by andrewducker
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