The Conservative Party has been torn apart by the row over Brexit with large numbers of Tory voters deserting them to vote for the Brexit Party in the European elections last month. But what about the Opposition? Brexit is also hugely divisive for the Labour Party.
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn met trade union leaders on Monday, 24 June, after promising the Shadow Cabinet he would consult about possibly changing the party’s position on Brexit before bringing the matter back to the National Executive Committee on Tuesday, 25 June.
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Labour bosses rigged election analysis to block full backing for new Brexit referendum, deputy leader Tom Watson claims.
Outrageous. @UKLabour need to get off the fence.
— Remain Central #FBPE #StopBrexit #Remain (@remain_central) June 24, 2019