Jeremy Corbyn and Tom Watson - UK POLITICS NEWS

Tom Watson has espoused a number of viewpoints, particularly on Brexit, that angered many of Jeremy Corbyn’s left-wing supporters but appealed to the Labour Party’s moderate wing.

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Theresa May - Jeremy Corbyn - UK Politics Today

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With just over six months until Britain leaves the European Union, Theresa May has yet to reach a deal with Brussels on the terms of the divorce, and her plan for future trade ties has been rebuffed by both the EU and many lawmakers in her own party. Keir Starmer said: “Everybody recognises the talks are going badly and it looks as though we’re heading for a bad deal or even no deal. We, the Labour Party, are going to vote down a bad deal or we’re going to vote down no deal because that is not good for our country nor is it what people voted for.” Continue reading