UK PM May not close to breaking Brexit deadlock with opposition: Labour's McDonnell
Wednesday, 10 April 2019 Talks between British Prime Minister Theresa May's government and the opposition Labour Party are not close to breaking the Brexit deadlock, Labour's finance spokesman John McDonnell said on Wednesday.
Labour’s John McDonnell has said he is taking part in Brexit talks with Conservative ministers including Chancellor Philip Hammond in order to arrive at deal that “protects jobs and the economy”. The Shadow Chancellor also said he will discuss the possibility of a second referendum when the...
Labour will push for a new EU referendum when the Government brings its latest Brexit plans to the Commons in the coming days. And shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer left open the possibility the..
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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn reacts to the Government's Brexit deal with the European Union. With the Commons expected to sit on Saturday to go over the deal, the first weekend session of Parliament for..
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