Shadow Brexit secretary hoping to prove Blair wrong. But will Labour be finished if it doesn’t win in 2024?
Corbyn's 'Death Bed Conversion' To Second Brexit Referendum 'Too Late To Help Labour' In Election, Senior MP Says
Owen Smith tells HuffPost UK's Commons People podcast that three years of "prevarication and dithering" on Brexit has already hurt Labour's chances at the next election.
No one gave him a chance but the prime minister has managed to strike a Brexit deal with the EU. But the government was immediately facing questions over how sustainable it was given opposition from the DUP. Senior Labour MP Owen Smith joins Arj, Paul and Rachel to react to the deal and its chances of passing parliament, unpack what it means for peace and prosperity in Northern Ireland and ask whether Jeremy Corbyn’s calls for a second referendum are too little, too late.
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And the pro-EU MP says more could follow.
Smith also revealed Corbyn had 'barely spoken' to him about Northern Ireland policy in 10 months
Boris Johnson left isolated over Vote Leave defence and all the other news.
'You should always keep your options open in a negotiation.'
MP backed second referendum; Corbyn accused of 'Stalinist purge' amid anti-semitism row.
'Labour needs to do more than just back a soft Brexit or guarantee a soft border in Ireland.'
mith's appointment smacks of the type of compromise which, in time, will poison the living, beating, vital heart of the movement Corbyn has been raised up by. It should be criticised and there is no gain to be made from the type of loyalty which shields Corbyn from such criticism. To do that, would be to hand the Labour leader a real poisoned chalice.
Jeremy Corbyn has also welcomed back leadership rival Owen Smith.
The newly-elected Labour MP in Gordon Brown’s former seat has been appointed Shadow Scottish Secretary. Former Fife Council
Now stands at 550,000 - four times the Tory membership.
Labour’s party membership has soared by more than 35,000 in just four days since Jeremy Corbyn’s “surge” in the general election
Labour, under Corbyn, stands for nationalised rail services, public healthcare and education, and numerous other popular policies that reverberate with the people. Through correct political strategy and effective sloganing, there's no doubt Labour will recoup the disillusioned masses - but change needs to start with Corbyn.
Here's a history refresher.
A member of the BBC Question Time audience last night launched a passionate and stirring defence of Brexit - but appeared
Corbyn rebels among 114 who refused to back quitting EU.
MPs tonight voted in favour of triggering Article 50, a significant step towards Brexit. While more votes in the House of