A new YouGov/Times survey indicates that 70% of Labour voters think the UK made the wrong decision two years ago.
Keir Starmer has urged Labour colleagues not to “look back in grief” at the 2016 Brexit vote but instead try to fight for the best possible deal as Britain leaves the EU.
A new poll suggests that most Labour voters would react positively if Labour changed its tune on the biggest issue of the decade.
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Jeremy Corbyn is determined to resist pressure to spell out in more detail what Brexit settlement Labour would support, despite a series of comments in recent days suggesting the party is edging closer to advocating continued single market membership.
David Davis has clashed with the Irish government after claiming that the Brexit divorce agreement between Britain and the EU was a “statement of intent” rather than something legally enforceable.
Keir Starmer has said Labour is prepared to consider ongoing payments to the EU and accept the “easy movement” of workers in order to secure the benefits of the single market and customs union.
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