Labour's Corbyn - 'No big offer' yet from May on Brexit

Media playback is unsupported on your device                  Media captionBrexit European elections will go ahead says senior minister

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He insisted the "real divide in our country" was not over Europe but over the likes of austerity.

Shadow justice secretary Richard Burgon acknowledged it was a "difficult road" that the party had chosen "but it's the right thing to do".

In a swipe at Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage, Mr Corbyn said: "I'm appalled at the remarks made by Farage and many others that do create a degree of toxicity in our society".

"Other parties have been formed that think that is their only objective politically".

The left-of-center party executive was meeting Tuesday to determine what to put for the parliamentary election that is now happening in just over only 3 weeks.

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It is the last full week of the European Parliament election campaign ahead of voting on May 23.

At the party's manifesto launch on Thursday night, Sir Vince said they had a "very clear, simple, unambiguous, honest message".

Lidington said the government still hoped Britain would leave the bloc before the new European Parliament takes up its seats in early July.

Mr Corbyn said the party had to stand on "common ground" and resist demands to be categorised by the divisions opened up by Brexit. "Somebody younger and more vulnerable".

According to Reuters news outlet, although May hoped to avoid taking part in the European Parliament elections, however, talks with the opposition Labor Party aimed at finding a way forward on the Brexit deal have not succeeded in breaking the deadlock.

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"Anyone could look at that deal and say "It's not 100% of what I wanted".

For months, Prime Minister Theresa May's government promised this election wouldn't be held in Britain, because the country would have left the European Union by now.

Theresa May is under increasing pressure from her party's MPs and activists unhappy over her handling of Brexit, which was meant to have taken place on March 29 but has been delayed twice.

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So far, she has not been able to win parliamentary approval for this deal, and she has also allowed the House of Commons to pass a number of motions and bills seeking to rule out a No Deal exit - which most observers accept gives the European Union little incentive to make an improved offer. She said the government needed to move on its "red lines" in order to reach a compromise Labour could support.

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