Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has slammed British Prime Minister Theresa May for being “held hostage” by extremists within the ruling Tory party, who wants her to take Britain out of the European Union (EU) without a plan.
Speaking at the House of Commons on Monday, Corbyn said “20 wasted months” had passed since the UK voted in favor of Brexit in a 2016 referendum but May was yet to offer any clear plan for the divorce.
“We’ve had 20 months of promises, soundbites and confusion,” he said. “However people feel about Brexit, it’s clear to them this government is nowhere near delivering a good deal for Britain.”
Corbyn also criticized May for her failure to address the public’s Brexit concerns about Brexit and the slow progress in the ongoing negotiations with the EU.
“We’ve seen set piece speech after set piece speech and yet the prime minister still cannot bring clarity to these negotiations and still cannot…