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Richard Porritt and Steve Anglesey return for another bout of Brexit madness. This week they turn their backs on the Brexit Party and wonder what Jeremy Hunt will promise next.
More than 10,000 Labour members have signed up within hours to a new declaration calling on the party to lead the campaign for the UK to remain in the European Union.
Survey finds almost two-thirds want public to have Final Say and 60 per cent want Labour to campaign for Remain – after party leader pledged to listen.
The SNP leader branded Boris Johnson a racist and said she would work with Jeremy Corbyn to stop the Conservatives.
Jeremy Corbyn has confirmed that Labour is calling for a public vote on any Brexit deal after months of heated debate within the party.
Backers of second referendum express disappointment as Labour leader reiterates his position.
Grassroots consultation will be launched next month – with ‘overwhelming response in favour of a second referendum’ expected.
Opposition MPs have lost critical vote on a bid to prevent a future Tory prime minister from forcing through a no-deal Brexit.
Opposition day debate picked for motion backed by SNP, Lib Dems, Greens and a Tory MP.
Labour has tabled a cross-party motion to try to stop a future prime minister pushing through a no-deal Brexit against the wishes of MPs.
'MPs cannot be bystanders while the next Tory PM tries to crash the UK out of the EU,' says Starmer. / Labour will mount a bid to seize control of the Commons agenda to prevent the next Tory prime minister forcing through a no-deal Brexit.
'I think it should be now - we need to take the bull by the horns', says Jenny Chapman - piling fresh pressure on Labour leader. / Labour’s Brexit spokeswoman has told Jeremy Corbyn he must come off the fence and commit to a fresh referendum “now”.
To break parliamentary deadlock, deal has to be put to public vote, Labour leader says
IPPR thinktank rebuts claims that a leftwing Labour government’s hands would be tied by Brussels. / Britain could triple state aid spending to industry without breaching EU rules, according to a study that compares government subsidies to promote economic growth across Europe.
Jeremy Corbyn will plunge his own position into jeopardy if he “betrays” Labour supporters by refusing to push for a further Brexit referendum, a shadow minister has said, in an outspoken interview.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has condemned an apparent far-right surge ahead of next week’s European elections, likening it to Nazi Germany. / In a speech at a campaign event in Bootle on Saturday, Mr Corbyn drew a comparison to 1930s Germany as he attacked the far-right for “simplistic answers which can only breed hatred and division.”
Talks between Labour and the government aimed at breaking the Brexit impasse have ended without an agreement.
Cross-party Brexit talks between Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn have collapsed after six weeks of negotiation, it has been confirmed.
Mr Corbyn said that the two sides were unable to agree due to the 'weakness and instability' of the Government. / Cross-party Brexit talks between Labour and the Conservatives have broken down, with Jeremy Corbyn saying they have “gone as far as they can” but have been unable to agree.
Talks between Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May to rescue Brexit have collapsed, making defeat for her withdrawal agreement bill next month near-certain.
Activists report people registered as Labour members who say they will vote Green. One of them was a Labour councillor.
Control of the European Commission is in the grasp of the continent’s centre-left for the first time in decades. / The EU’s centre-left is planning to introduce a continent-wide minimum wage to correct the bloc’s “neoliberal failures” if it wins control of the European Commission after this month’s elections.
'It would only work for the richest', Labour leader says.
Big swings from Labour to pro-EU Liberal Democrats and Greens prove need to guarantee new referendum, Labour leader told - but he insists 'a deal has to be done'.