Published: Sat, May 11, 2019
Worldwide | By Lisa Hogan

Corbyn's great Brexit fudge is fooling no one

Corbyn's great Brexit fudge is fooling no one

There are reports the PM could also bring back her Brexit deal for a second reading in the House of Commons.

Labour and the government are holding talks about striking a compromise agreement, so far without success.

May responded by noting that she had agreed a deal with the European Union to leave, but MPs had rejected it three times.

Five separate dates in mind: UK Prime Minister Theresa May.

Britain's main opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn warned frustrated eurosceptic voters on Thursday they were risking a "Donald Trump Brexit" as he launched the Labour Party's campaign for European elections later this month.

May is under increasing pressure from MPs and activists in her Conservative party unhappy over Brexit, which was due to take place on March 29 but has been delayed twice.

Jeremy Corbyn has urged the public to discard the labels of leave and remain in order to prevent the Brexit debate from becoming an "endless loop".

So far, she has failed to overcome resistance within her party to the deal she agreed with the European Union previous year.

Guy Verhofstadt has said he does not "know" if Brexit will go ahead.

May is now insulated against a coup by guidelines that say she can not face another internal challenge within 12 months of a previous no-confidence vote.

The 0.23 per cent drop comes after the government repeatedly said it did not want the United Kingdom to take part in the elections to the European Parliament later this month.

Mrs May is set to meet senior figures from the powerful 1922 Committee of backbench Tories to discuss her departure plans.

The fresh round of the negotiations between the Downing Street representatives and the opposition, aimed at passing the withdrawal deal through the parliament, began on Tuesday and continued on Wednesday.

The pro-Brexit campaigner told talkRADIO's Julia Hartley-Brewer that staunch Leavers and Remainers were unlikely to vote Labour or Conservative in the upcoming European Union elections.

The Brexit Party led by former U.K. Independence Party leader Nigel Farage is drawing hundreds of people to rallies across the country with its simple narrative: Brexit has been betrayed by a London political elite.

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