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Brexit: Jeremy Corbyn says he does not know how he will vote in the EU referendum



Jeremy Corbyn said he did not know how he would vote in the new referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union.

The Labor Party leader said he would have to know what options are there in any fresh public opinion test when he repeated his opposition to Brexit Theresa May contract.

Mr. Corbyn's words appeared as support – MPs supporting the Labor Party appealed to the leader for a more solid acceptance of the plan for the final election referendum, which he said was "an option for the future."

Pressing on the Sky News' Sophy Ridge vote, Corbyn said he voted for Remain during the 2016 referendum and said 'reforms are needed' in the EU.

"I do not know how I will vote – what options would be at this time," he said.

Since the conservatives continued their debate on Mrs May's Brexit plan, Mr. Corbyn said he had not read the "last word" of the draft contract, but saw "summaries".

Referring to the prime minister's agreement, he said that this is a "one-way agreement" in which the EU "calls all shots".

He added: "We will vote against the agreement because it does not meet our six tests, we do not believe that it serves the interests of this country, therefore the government will have to return to the EU and quickly renegotiate.

"There are 500 pages in this document, many of which are quite vague, where is the guarantee of environmental protection, where is the guarantee of consumer protection, where is the guarantee for employee rights?"

His comments appear last week in an interview with Der Spiegel that "we can not stop it" – regarding the departure of the United Kingdom from the EU.

"Referendum miało miejsce", powiedział. "Uruchomiono art. 50. Możemy tylko rozpoznać powody, dla których ludzie głosowali na urlop."

Doprowadziło to do Sir Keira Starmera, sekretnego sekretarza Brexit, próbującego wyjaśnić zamieszanie wokół polityki partii, twierdząc, że "Brexit można powstrzymać".

W niedzielę dwa sondaże pokazały, że wybory konserwatystów zostały pogrzebane, a partia pani May podąża za Partią Pracy.


The Independent rozpoczęła kampanię #FinalSay, aby zażądać od wyborców głosu w sprawie ostatecznej transakcji Brexit.

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