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The 2016 Democratic presidential nominee blasted Prime Minister Boris Johnson's "inexplicable" decision to withhold the information.
The Labour leader backed Prime Minister Boris Johnson's plan for a Brexit election, telling his party that leaving the EU without a deal was "off the table."
The decision comes as Prime Minister Boris Johnson prepares for a general election vote in the House Commons.
The prime minister said he would give Parliament more time to debate his Brexit deal as long as it agrees to an election before Christmas.

The British prime minister had desperately wanted to steer the U.K. out of the European Union by Halloween.
Members of Parliament are set to vote on the bill Tuesday evening. If they delay the exit until January, the prime minister says he'll withdraw the legislation.
Boris Johnson has been forced to ask the EU for a delay. His deal can still be passed, but the clock is ticking.
He also sent a contradictory note -- this one signed -- to the EU president arguing against a Brexit extension.
The prime minister is now compelled to seek a three-month extension of EU membership, but he insists: "I will not negotiate a delay."
Lawmakers in Parliament debated whether to accept Prime Minister Boris Johnson's proposed new divorce deal with the European Union.
MPs set for Saturday vote on Prime Minister Boris Johnson's agreement.
The president appeared to say he has also driven on the wrong side of the road in a foreign country.
Boris Johnson said Anne Sacoolas’ claim of diplomatic immunity is unjustified and he will personally take action if she doesn't return.
Members of Parliament warned that the prime minister should be more cautious with his tone, given the 2016 killing of legislator Jo Cox.
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Critics had accused Prime Minister Boris Johnson of suspending parliament to escape scrutiny in the run-up to the Oct. 31 Brexit deadline.
"There's no press here," the UK prime minister can be heard saying over the sound of camera shutters clicking.
The British prime minister made the bizarre comparison as he stressed his resolve to break Britain out of the European Union by October 31.