Jeremy Corbyn defies his party's calls for a second referendum and calls for a 'good Brexit'
Monday, 19 November 2018 () Jeremy Corbyn - who appeared to don new Michael Caine-style glasses for the speech - insists Britain needs a new election to install him in Downing Street to build his own Brexit deal.
It's been over two and a half years since the United Kingdom voted to exit the EU, and a decision on whether to leave or not has yet to be made. Now some believe that the UK could change its mind considering the crisis in Prime Minister Theresa May’s government over her draft Brexit divorce deal....
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