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Mrs May could support opposition amendment to ensure EU pay and conditions after withdrawal.
The UK's departure date from the European Union of 29 March could be delayed if the Labour Party forces a general election, its leader Jeremy Corbyn has said.
British Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn has claimed the only way out of the
Editorial: Jeremy Corbyn says he might cooperate on Brexit. Theresa May has belatedly decided to see if they can. But there is little basis of trust between the two leaders and their parties
The Labour leader says Theresa May will lose the right to govern if her deal is voted down by MPs.