Labour's Corbyn backs second referendum in Britain on any Brexit deal
Wednesday, 19 June 2019 British opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said on Wednesday it was "right to demand" a second referendum on any Brexit deal, his strongest backing yet for a vote he said must offer "real choices" for both those who want to leave and stay in the EU.
Britain's opposition Labour party is to elect a successor to leftist Jeremy Corbyn. His Brexit policy chief, Keir Starmer, is way ahead in polls, but he's likely to inherit a deeply divided party. Lucy..
Britain's Labour Party will elect a new leader on Saturday, with Brexit policy chief Keir Starmer the frontrunner to take over a deeply divided party that, under... Reuters Also reported by •Al Jazeera