UK's Labour pledges new Brexit strategy if it wins election

UK's Labour pledges new Brexit strategy if it wins election

About 18 per cent said they thought it was because "the polls suggest a large win over Labour", while 17 per cent thought she called it to strengthen her hand in Brexit talk with Brussels.

"Getting that part right is essential as we go forward".

"Whether this is best achieved through reformed membership of the single market and the customs union or via a bespoke trading arrangement is secondary to the outcome".

May triggered two years of Brexit negotiations last month, promising to "take control of the things that matter most" to Britons.

"We will deliver a better, fairer Britain where prosperity is shared, everyone is rewarded fairly for hard work and where a home to rent or buy is affordable. That is the number one consideration".

"We are talking about recycled fake news".

Labour's Brexit spokesman Keir Starmer said that, if elected, his party would guarantee EU nationals living Britain the right to remain in the United Kingdom after the split, and would be open to retaining the benefits of the EU's single market and customs union. On Tuesday Mrs May was meeting potential supporters in Wales, hoping every seat gained will increase her mandate ahead of negotiations to leave the European Union in 2019.

"So on day one of a Labour government, we will immediately guarantee that all European Union nationals now living in the United Kingdom will see no change in their legal status as a result of Brexit, and we will seek reciprocal rights for United Kingdom citizens in the European Union", he added.

But he also said that Labour would prioritise protecting the economy over cutting immigration. Under the current rules, members must accept open immigration between member states.

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Labour intends to ditch the Government's Great Repeal Bill, which Sir Keir claimed would harm protections for workers as well as environmental safeguards.

"It is an opportunity to provide this United Kingdom with the strong and stable leadership it needs to see us through Brexit and beyond".

May defended her government's record and warned against a "coalition of chaos" if Labour won enough seats to form a coalition government with the Liberal Democrats and Scottish National Party.

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"It is clear and obvious that they are in the worse of all worlds - they are in effect opposing Brexit and raising the prospect of a second referendum but haven't got the guts to say so".

She added: "What you need is a government which has a clear plan for those negotiations". That's what the Conservative Government has.

No-one was available from the Conservative party to respond to Labour's pledge when asked by FoodManufacture.co.uk.

Echoing comments made by Jeremy Corbyn himself, Mrs May pointed out the current Labour leader was considered a rank outsider to succeed Ed Miliband before pulling off a shock victory.