Would a vote for Labour mean a vote to rejoin the EU? | Dan Wootton’s panel debate

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‘The mandate for leaving the EU has been and gone. The debate is over.’

‘Only 17 percent of people are happy with how Brexit is going.’

Dominique Samuels, Amy Nickell and Shaun Bailey join Dan Wootton to discuss whether a vote for Labour means a vote to rejoin the EU.

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