Jeremy Corbyn says talks with the government on a Brexit deal compromise “have gone as far as they can”.
In a letter to the Prime Minister the Labour leader said: “After six weeks of talks, it is only right that the Government now wishes again to test the will of Parliament”.
He went onto blast May’s deal: “However, I should reiterate that, without significant changes, we will continue to oppose the Government’s deal”.
Theresa May will put her bill to MPs once again in the week of 3 June, despite it having been voted down three times.
Is Theresa May hoping that the Tories expected spanking in the European Elections will persuade MPs to back her deal to put an end to this fiasco?