May claims it is impossible for government to rule out no-deal Brexit in reply to Corbyn - as it happened
Labour leader says he won’t meet with prime minister until she takes no-deal Brexit off the table, after May narrowly win no-confidence vote in parliament
Shadow international trade secretary Barry Gardiner said Theresa May faced having to take the risk of potentially splitting the Conservative Party in order to break the parliamentary deadlock.
“If she wants to negotiate with all parties in Parliament, and if she wants to do that in good faith, she has to say ‘ok, I’m not sticking to every single one of the red lines that I’ve established’,” he told ITV’s Good Morning Britain.
More than 170 leading business figures have called for Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn to back a second referendum on withdrawal from the European Union.Continue reading...