Labour ‘must listen’ to members on people’s vote, says Tom Watson – BBC News

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Labour should be prepared to back demands for a new Brexit referendum, deputy leader Tom Watson has said. He told the Observer he would prefer Brexit to be debated in an election but if members favour another public vote, their views must be respected.
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