Labour's Corbyn puts forward terms for backing UK PM May on Brexit
Thursday, 7 February 2019 (Reuters) - British opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn met Prime Minister Theresa May last week and has written her a letter putting forward five demands by his Labour Party on the Brexit deal, his party said late on Wednesday. In the letter made public on Wednesday, Corbyn said the Brexit deal must include a "permanent and comprehensive" UK-wide customs union, a close alignment with the single market, "unambiguous agreements" on future security arrangements, and commitments on UK participation in European Union (EU) agencies and funding programmes
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell says time is running out for Prime Minister Theresa May to accept Labour’s Brexit offer.
Leader Jeremy Corbyn set out terms under which the party would back Ms May’s deal. Report by Alibhaiz. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on...
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