Labour leader spoke to Sky News
This morning, the Labour Party announced the end of its talks with the government about Theresa May’s Brexit deal. Jeremy Corbyn spoke just now to Sky News about the end of the talks.
Corbyn said that ‘fundamental differences’ persist, but did not rule out that Labour may support ‘indicative votes’ that fit with its policy position – and emphasised that Labour’s focus is on bringing people together and on the real issues facing the UK after nine years of Tory mismanagement:
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