Talks between the UK’s Conservative and Labour Parties have come to an end with no agreement on a Brexit deal.
With Prime Minister Theresa May unable to get her proposed deal through Parliament with enough support of MPs, she turned to Jeremy Corbyn – leader of The Labour Party – in an attempt to find a compromise that would break the impasse.
However, after weeks of talks between the parties, negotiations have broken down with Corbyn citing the ‘increasing weakness and instability’ of May’s government.
The UK still has until October 31 to pass a successful Brexit deal via a House of Commons majority, with May again set to put her deal before MPs, despite it being rejected on three previous occasions.
Keir Starmer, the Shadow Brexit Secretary, is now urging May to include a ‘Public Vote’ within her deal to help increase the likelihood of it being successful.