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Jeremy Corbyn clarifies position and rules out second referendum on Brexit

In one quote, why Labour will lose this general election if they don't change the conversation Early insults fly as MPs clear the way for June polls
Eleena Tovar | 26 Abril, 2017, 15:32

Mrs May's lead over Mr Corbyn as to who would be best Prime Minister was also up, with 54 per cent endorsing her and only 15 per cent the Labour leader.

"So we need a general election and we need one now, because we have at this moment a one-off chance to get this done while the European Union agrees its negotiating position and before the detailed talks begin".

"I will vote Labour in this election and urge people to vote Labour".

"She looked across the despatch box and thought "I can not resist the temptation of taking on Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party - the most ineffective opposition in inter-planetary history".

British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has now ruled out backing a second referendum on the final Brexit deal after suggestions Labour could include the policy in their general election manifesto.A spokesman for the Labour leader said: "A second referendum is not our policy and it won't be in our manifesto".

Corbyn made little mention of the biggest issue overshadowing the election - Brexit.

- Philip Hammond (@PHammondMP) April 19, 2017The US-UK relationship should draw on the characters of our peoples, and the pillars of our societies-freedom, democracy, and enterprise.

But Mr Tajani said:"If tomorrow, the new United Kingdom government decides to change its position, it is possible to do. It is a good start, a good beginning; now we need to go for implementation", he said.

He will add that those rules "have created a cosy cartel which rigs the system in favour of a few powerful and wealthy individuals and corporations".

When asked what their plan is for Brexit, Labour quite simply have no answers for the British people, only soundbites that may roll off the tongue easily but don't give real answers to the real issues on Brexit that people care about.

Corbyn, who voted to leave the EU's predecessor in 1975 but supported "Remain" previous year, has been criticised for muddling the party's position on Brexit and failing to effectively challenge May's push for a clean break with the bloc.

Bookmaker Ladbrokes gives Labour 12-1 odds of winning the snap election called by May this week. Both of these areas were taken from the Lib Dems by David Cameron in 2015, and Tim Farron's pro-EU party will be seeking on winning them back.

Tory sources have indicated she will vow to end free movement, quit the European court and leave the EU single market in the talks - tying in all of her MPs and ensuring the House of Lords can not vote down such a deal.