Theresa May threatens "no Brexit at all" in clash with Jeremy Corbyn and her own PMs
Here we go...
Theresa May is preparing to head to Brussels with her 585-page departure pact to discuss the future of the UK with Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission.
Before then though, she had a head-to-head(-to-head, kind of) with Jeremy Corbyn, and her own PMs, basically attacking the deal from all sides.
May continued to stand by her previous statement that the UK will be leaving the EU in March 2019, while Tory MP Neil Parrish says the deal is 'not good enough as it stands', and the SNP's Ian Blackford told the PM to "Go back to Brussels, go back and negotiate, keep us in the single market and customs union".
Jeremy Corbyn asked if there were "no circumstances under which the UK will leave the EU with no deal?", to which Theresa May replied that "If you look at the alternative to having that deal with the EU, it will either be more uncertainty, more division - or it could risk no Brexit at all."
Watch the moment right here:
Jeremy Corbyn: Are there "no circumstances under which the UK will leave the EU with no deal? "
Theresa May: "The alternative... is uncertainty, division, or the risk of no #Brexit at all"
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