Isabel Hardman Isabel Hardman

PMQs: Corbyn accuses May of ‘dancing round’ on Brexit

It’s a measure of quite how badly split the government is on Brexit that Jeremy Corbyn, who would previously avoid the matter because of problems in his own party, looked comfortable as he devoted all six of his questions at Prime Minister’s Questions today to the subject. Theresa May came prepared, not so much with answers on who in her government is telling the truth about the Chequers agreement and the chances and consequences of a no deal, but with attacks on Corbyn’s handling of Labour’s anti-semitism row.

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