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Labour's Corbyn accuses Conservatives of offering up UK health service in U.S. talks

Reuters Wednesday, 27 November 2019
Opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn offered on Wednesday what he described as evidence that access to Britain's state-run health service was being discussed in trade talks with the United States, handing reporters hundreds of pages of documents.
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News video: Labour claims NHS 'on the table' in Boris Johnson U.S. trade talks

Labour claims NHS 'on the table' in Boris Johnson U.S. trade talks 00:26

Jeremy Corbyn says that leaked documents reveal that the U.S. wants access to Britain's health service as part of a post-Brexit trade deal. View on euronews

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