Boris Johnson: A Brexit delay would be 'shameful' 02:31
Former foreign secretary Boris Johnson says it would be "shameful" for Prime Minister Theresa May to request an extension of Article 50.
He adds Ms May's Brexit deal was a "betrayal" of the 2016..
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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn gave a direct message to the Prime Minister, calling for her to make assurances that the UK will not be headed for a no-deal Brexit.
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Labour Wants No Deal Out Of Brexit Debate 00:38
According to Reuters, Britain’s Labour Party will not hold talks with Prime Minister Theresa May unless one issue is resolved. A Labour spokesman said that Prime Minister May must remove the option..
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Corbyn calls for ‘no deal Brexit’ to be ruled out 00:39
Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn has called for Theresa May to confirm she will not opt for a ‘no deal Brexit’ following her vote of no confidence survival. Report by Browna. Like us on Facebook at..
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Jeremy Corbyn will give a speech calling for a general election and 'delay Brexit past March 29' Labour appeared to be ready to push for a delay to Brexit tonight as Jeremy Corbyn (pictured) demanded a general election. MailOnline 1 week ago - World Also reported by • WorldNews • FXstreet.com • Reuters
Theresa May's Brexit Deal Is Defeated by Record Majority by Simon Baxendale -
UK Prime Minister Theresa May, who has been at the center of debate with regard to a deal she proposed for the country to leave the... One News Page Staff 3 days ago - UK Also reported by • FXstreet.com • Reuters
PM Theresa May, opposition Labour's Corbyn at impasse over Brexit 'Plan B' Prime Minister Theresa May and opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn put forth their competing visions for Brexit on Thursday, a day after May survived a... France 24 2 days ago - World Also reported by • Reuters Tony Blair blasts Jeremy Corbyn over refusing to meet Theresa May for Brexit talks The former prime minister and Labour leader, who backs a second referendum, said Mr Corbyn needed to clarify his stance on Brexit Tamworth Herald 2 days ago - UK Also reported by • WorldNews