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- Jeremy Corbyn has said that if Theresa May can’t deliver Brexit, then an election must be given.
- A second Brexit referendum could “stoke xenophobia”, so Corbyn maintains the best solution is to push for a general election.
- The news follows media polls that found 86 per cent of Labour members think voters should have the final say on the outcome of Brexit negotiations, and 90 per cent would now vote to remain in the EU.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has pledged to join Tory rebels and shut down Theresa May’s Chequers deal to force the Prime Minister into a general election.
The move follows his announcement yesterday that he would join calls for a second EU referendum reluctantly, if that was what Labour voted for at this week’s annual conference in Liverpool.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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- Vince Cable declares Brexit ‘can and must be stopped’ in final conference speech
- Vince Cable says Brexiteers like Jacob Rees-Mogg are having an ‘erotic spasm’ over leaving the EU
- The Conservatives are ‘sleepwalking into opposition’ warns former Theresa May aide