Published: Tue, May 09, 2017
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

UK's Labour leader says he won't try to reverse Brexit


Jeremy Corbyn, leader of Britain's opposition Labour Party which is now languishing behind the ruling Conservatives in opinion polls, says he will not quit as leader if he loses a national election next month.

"With Corbyn in charge of our Brexit negotiations, the economy and our NHS would be at grave risk".

Councillor Allen Brett has welcomed Mr Lloyd's selection, he said: "I welcome Tony Lloyd being selected, he is the ideal candidate for Rochdale".

"So let's turn our country around".

Mr Corbyn has so far steered away from Mrs May's focus on forthcoming European Union negotiations towards Tory cuts to public services and his own party's spending plans.

A woman, who had never voted Conservative before, said: "At the moment I feel like the Conservatives are the best option".

In a speech, he will warn that a victory for the Tories next month would be a victory for "tax cheats, the press barons, the greedy bankers, Philip Green, the Southern Rail directors and crooked financiers". "We have four weeks to have a chance to take our wealth back".

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Jonathan Munro, Head of BBC Newsgathering said: "Our plans include bringing Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn in front of the same Question Time audience on the same night to be quizzed by the public".

"Labour is offering a real choice, a real alternative to the rigged system holding us back and to the Conservatives who are running our country down", Mr Corbyn will say. "Both are run in the interests of the few".

Mr Corbyn insisted he was "serious" about winning the election, despite the party's poor poll ratings. "Too many people simply aren't getting a fair deal." she said.

The slogan on the "executive" vehicle is likely to prove far less controversial than the now-infamous claim on the Vote Leave campaign bus, that Britain sends £350 million a week to the European Union that could be spent on the NHS, during last year's referendum.

"Another claimed he was a "genius", praising Mr Corbyn's ethical approach to politics".

The Labour supporters were campaigning for local candidate Sarah Jones as she bids to win the tightly-contested seat from the Conservatives, reported The Sun.

Andrew Percy, the Government's northern powerhouse minister, said: "Jeremy Corbyn's closest allies are trying to take voters for fools by airbrushing their nonsensical and embarrassing leader out of election leaflets." he said, in reference to Mr Burgon, who failed to mention the Labor leader in his four page election leaflet.

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