Corbyn and a border poll
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Jeremy Corbyn 'would not stand in way' of border poll

Jeremy Corbyn has told the BBC that if he was prime minister, the UK government would take a neutral position in any border poll campaign.

The Labour leader said he was not asking for or advocating a border poll, but would ensure the Good Friday Agreement was implemented "to the letter".

Mr Corbyn is on his first trip to NI since becoming Labour leader.

  • 24 May 2018