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Jeremy Corbyn accuses PM of throwing Northern Ireland 'under a bus' in Brexit bid

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Jeremy Corbyn accuses PM of throwing Northern Ireland 'under a bus' in Brexit bid

Jeremy Corbyn accuses PM of throwing Northern Ireland 'under a bus' in Brexit bid

Jeremy Corbyn has accused Boris Johnson of throwing Northern Ireland "under a bus", as the Prime Minister urged MPs to push through key Brexit legislation.

The Labour leader clashed with the PM over post-Brexit workers' rights, environmental standards and the future of the NHS, during exchanges dominated by the UK's departure from the EU.

He also claimed Mr Johnson was "delaying his own Withdrawal Bill", a charge rejected by the PM, who in turn alleged Mr Corbyn and his front bench are a "threat" to the UK and want 2020 to include referendums on the EU and Scotland.

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