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     howard mcsweeney1 wrote:
    More pressure on Jezza from London MPs concerned that a bad leaving deal would affect their constituents.

    And just as much pressure on Jeremy from the grassroots 'Northern working class' areas with a contrary opinion.

    The overall Brexit split of 52/48 reflects the closeness of the country's opinion but not that of the 'ruling class' - therefore ALL parties (with the exception of UKIP) are struggling to get to grips with a situation they didn't really expect to be presented with by the electorate.

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