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May Looks Towards Agreement With Jeremy Corbyn

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May Looks Towards Agreement With Jeremy Corbyn

May Looks Towards Agreement With Jeremy Corbyn

According to Reuters, Prime Minister Theresa May is looking to reach an agreement with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn in order to break through the stalemate in parliament.

A spokesman for May said on Tuesday, “Jeremy Corbyn was elected on a manifesto to deliver Brexit.

I think there is common cause to be made." The rep added, “We think there is an opportunity to agree something here and put forward a plan that both sides agree to as a way of getting Brexit over the line.

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