Britain’s main opposition party has denounced as “shambolic” the Prime Minister Theresa May’s handling of Brexit negotiations, saying it will vote against any agreement regarding the country’s separation from the European Union (EU) unless the deal meets the party’s standards and criteria.
The leader of the UK Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn, said in a statement on Tuesday that he doubted the British premier’s Brexit deal would be good for the country, adding that the agreement should meet the party’s six tests, otherwise he would call on his MPs to vote against it.
“We will look at the details of what has been agreed when they are available. But from what we know of the shambolic handling of these negotiations, this is unlikely to be a good deal for the country,” Corbyn said in the statement.
“Labour has been clear from the beginning that we need a deal to support jobs and the economy, and that guarantees standards and…