Jeremy Corbyn, the labour party and opposition leader has been approached by Theresa May to talk about Brexit. On this regards there has been a number of criticism from the labour party members who are also ready to resign if their leader backs the deal. According to report, a number of ministers are not willing to accept the second referendum. Corbyn said he did not want to enter into talks with May and also asked his MPs to not entertain any such talks.
After the failure of no-confidence motion brought by the Jeremy Corbyn and his party members there are few Labour supporters who want to go for the second referendum. Some of the cabinet ministers want the party to mainly concentrate on the general election if possible and leave the rest of the things behind. Theresa May has asked Corbyn to enter into a cross-party meeting as the Brexit deal cannot be stopped at the present condition.
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