Jeremy Corbyn calls for a general election: “This political chaos cannot go on.”
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has stepped up calls for a the parliamentary elections “at the earliest opportunity” to “break the deadlock” over Brexit.
In a pronunciation, he said a brand-new government would have a fresh authorization to negotiate a better disavowal deal with the EU.
He told Theresa May: “If you are so confident in your spate, call that election, and cause the peoples of the territories decide.”
The Conservatives said Labour did not have a plan for Brexit and were “playing politics”.
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