This week, British politics reached an unbelievable low. As he attempted to respond to the Prime Minister’s statement on Europe yesterday, Jeremy Corbyn was disrupted and drowned out by a group of Tory MPs shouting the familiar football chant, “Who are ya, who are ya, who are ya!” You may have seen the video yourself and had a little laugh at it – indeed Andy Burnham, Labour’s domestic spokesman had a chuckle himself. However, the implications are anything but funny.
Jeremy Corbyn must be part of Brexit negotiations says Guy Verhofstadt
Jeremy Corbyn must be part of Brexit negotiations says Guy Verhofstadt - LONDON — Jeremy Corbyn should be part of the UK's Brexit negotiating team after Theresa May lost her majority in parliament, a senior EU official has said. Guy Verhofstadt told the Independent that the general election result was "a rejection of Theresa May's vision for a hard Brexit," and that negotiations should include "diverse opinions." The European Parliament's Brexit coordinator also said that the way Brexit…
Jeremy Corbyn should be campaigning for Brexit – but he just doesn't care
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Allies of Jeremy Corbyn urge him to commit to EU free movement
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BREXIT WARNING: Millionaire Remainers to launch party if Corbyn goes further left
MILLIONAIRE Remainers have put plans to form a pro-EU political party on hold - but have warned they will bankroll a breakaway Labour party if Jeremy Corbyn lurches further to the left.