Jeremy Corbyn, UK Labour Party leader

Jeremy Corbyn, the opposition Labour Party leader, says the UK government does not seem to be “moving off the original red lines” in achieving a compromise Brexit deal.

Keir Starmer, Labour Party Brexit Spokesman

Keir Starmer, the Labour Party’s Brexit spokesman, says the “ball is in government’s court” on cross-party Brexit talks.

Philip Hammond, UK Chancellor of the Exchequer

British Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond says there are no red lines in Brexit talks with opposition Labour Party.

UK Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn

The leader of the UK’s opposition Labour Party says his party sees no problem contesting the European elections.

Boris Johnson, former UK Foreign Secretary

Former British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says it is “very disappointing” that Prime Minister Theresa May had sought cross-party talks with opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn to try to break the Brexit impasse in Parliament.


Is egging a new trend? Brexit supporter smashes an egg onto Corbyn’s head for ‘not respecting vote’

A Brexit supporter smashed an egg onto Jeremy Corbyn’s head, while yelling ‘respect the vote’. The 31-year-old John Murphy admitted assault on the Labour Party’s leader and has been jailed for 28 days. Seems like egging politicians is becoming a trend among those, who disagree with them.


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