Labour leader reaches out to backers of soft exit and second vote in bid to break deadlock
Jeremy Corbyn has written to MPs who back a soft Brexit, as well as supporters of a second referendum, inviting them for talks to find a cross-party compromise. The Labour leader called for urgent meetings to find a “solution that ends the needless uncertainty and worry” caused by Theresa May’s “failed” Brexit negotiations.
He said Labour had credible plans that could form the starting point for discussions and he was keen to find common ground with supporters of other plans.Continue reading...
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