The British opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn has given Prime Minister Theresa May a new Brexit offer. He is ready to support her agreement under five conditions, including a British membership of the Customs Union.
The guide coincided with a fruitless visit from May to Brussels where there is no enthusiasm to break open the Brexit agreement that was voted down by the British parliament.
Corbyn and his Europhobic adviser Seumas Milne were recently guests at May on Downing Street.
The five conditions of Corbyn replace the six demands that the Eurosceptic socialist had previously put on the table.
He wants to leave the divorce agreement intact, instead to rewrite the political – and not legally binding – declaration for the upcoming trade negotiations.