Jeremy Corbyn says he would vote remain in a second EU referendum

Labour leader reveals position as he criticises government’s ‘shocking’ lack of progress in Brexit discussions Jeremy Corbyn has said he would vote to remain in the EU in the event of another referendum, as he criticised the government for a “shocking” lack of progress in the Brexit talks.The Labour leader revealed his position during a visit to Shipley in West Yorkshire, just days after Theresa May said she could not answer the question because she would have to weigh up the evidence again. Continue reading...

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