Theresa May is to brief senior ministers on the state of cross-party Brexit negotiations with Labour after the latest round of talks failed to achieve a breakthrough.
Cross-party talks aimed at striking a Brexit deal were continuing as two senior Labour frontbenchers threw their weight behind calls for a second referendum on any agreement reached.
Two senior Labour frontbenchers have thrown their weight behind calls for a second referendum on a cross-party Brexit deal to gain the backing of their MPs.
A cross-party Brexit deal will need to include a second referendum in order to receive the backing of Labour MPs, Sir Keir Starmer has said.
Former prime minister Tony Blair has said Labour supporters who have been put off by the party’s ambiguity on Brexit should consider voting for an “unequivocal” Remain party at the European elections.
Theresa May is heading for top-level Brexit talks in Berlin and Paris as she seeks support for another extension.
Theresa May said both sides will have to compromise in cross-party Brexit talks with Labour as she faced a backlash over the negotiations with Jeremy Corbyn’s party.
Cross-party talks between the Government and Labour are expected this week as Theresa May warned Brexit could “slip through our fingers” unless a compromise can be found.
Theresa May has warned that Brexit could “slip through our fingers” unless a compromise deal can be reached with Labour.
Theresa May has been warned that accepting a lengthy delay to Brexit would be a “suicide note” for the Tory party.
Theresa May has been warned that a lengthy delay to Brexit could destroy the Conservative Party, with a minister claiming it would be a Tory “suicide note” if the UK had to fight the European elections.
Theresa May’s hopes of a Brexit compromise with Jeremy Corbyn are on the brink of collapse, after Labour accused the Prime Minister of refusing to change her deal.
Talks between Theresa May’s Government and Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour aimed at finding a Brexit breakthrough have stalled, with one of the key players describing a “disappointing” lack of progress.
Separating the Brexit divorce deal from the framework for the next stage of the relationship with Brussels would leave MPs “completely blind” about the future, Sir Keir Starmer has said.