Isabel Hardman Isabel Hardman

Jeremy Corbyn capitulates in cross-party Brexit talks

Jeremy Corbyn’s cross-party talks to stop a no-deal Brexit have broken up, with opposition leaders and MPs releasing a statement saying they ‘agreed on the urgency to act together to find practical ways to prevent no deal, including the possibility of passing legislation and a vote of no confidence’. The Labour leader opened the meeting by saying he would prioritise legislation, rather than a vote of no confidence, which will be kept as a last resort.

Calling a vote of no confidence in the first few days of Parliament sitting next...

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