Jeremy Corbyn insists Labour would strike Brexit deal with single market access



Jeremy Corbyn has said Labour would negotiate a Brexit deal with the EU that "guarantees unimpeded access to the single market".
The party leader said Labour would secure a new cooperative relationship with Europe.
Corbyn also told the party's conference in Brighton that he would use new powers after Brexit to bring in a new industrial strategy to boost the regions, as well as stopping workers' pay and conditions being hit.
Earlier this week, Sir Keir Starmer, the shadow Brexit secretary, told the conference that Labour could keep the UK in a form of customs union with the EU and... read more

 
27 September 2017 in Politics, Views: 60
Source: Daily Record
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