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Corbyn says PM meeting was ‘inconclusive’ on Brexit

4th Apr 19 1:02 pm

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said on Wednesday that Theresa May has not done enough over her Brexit crisis talks to break the deadlock.

The UK was due to leave the EU on the 29 March, but it is still unclear when the UK will leave and what deal we will leave with.

Corbyn said over the meeting with the PM, “There hasn’t been as much change as I expected.”

However, “The meeting was useful but inconclusive.”

The Labour leader is under growing pressure not to agree a deal unless it can be confirmed or rejected in a new referendum that gives the option for the UK to remain in the UK.

A spokesman for Downing Street said the meeting had been “constructive with both sides showing flexibility and a commitment to bring the current Brexit uncertainty to a close.”

He added, “We have agreed a programme of work to ensure we deliver for the British people, protecting jobs and security.”

Talks between the two leaders will continue today.

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