Keir Starmer’s five-step plan to ‘make Brexit work’ | Baroness Jenny Chapman on what to expect

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‘We will be putting public interest before self-interest… this is not about rejoining the EU.’

Shadow Minister of State at the Cabinet Office, Baroness Jenny Chapman MP, joins Eamonn & Isabel to discuss what to expect from Keir Starmer’s five-step plan to ‘make Brexit work’.

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