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Corbyn offers to work with Government on Brexit Bill timetable

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Corbyn offers to work with Government on Brexit Bill timetable

Corbyn offers to work with Government on Brexit Bill timetable

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn responds to the defeat of Government's Brexit deal timetable by telling MPs: "We warned on Saturday that if the House passes the Government's deal, it'd be a disaster for our country.

"Now, as we look through the details of the Bill, we see just how right we were.

"Page after page of what amounts to nothing less than a charter for deregulation and a race to the bottom.

"A deal and a Bill that fails to protect our rights and our natural world, fails to protect jobs and the economy, fails to protect every region and every nation in the United Kingdom.

"This Bill confirms Northern Ireland is really in the customs union of the EU and goods will be subjected to tariffs."


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