Corbyn rejects TTIP

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Corbyn’s statement is the first outright rejection of TTIP from a major European social democratic party Reuters | Independent Friday 3 June 2016

Jeremy Corbyn’s public commitment that a Labour government will veto the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is a significant step towards ending the controversial EU-US trade deal, and a major blow for the European Commission on the eve of the UK referendum.

Corbyn has rejected TTIP even as he campaigns to Remain - and the EU needs to listen

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