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David Lidington, the Cabinet Office minister, has not ruled out his party revisiting Brexit talks with the Labour party. Speaking on a visit to Northern Ireland, he said:

The prime minister and Jeremy Corbyn have both said today that they are willing to explore any ideas that there are to overcome the remaining differences, and I think both leaders have said the talks, though we have not so far been successful, have been serious and constructive, both sides have entered into them into them in a genuine spirit, and so let’s see what happens.

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