Unite piles pressure on Corbyn to soften his Brexit stance

Mail Online | 8/8/2017 | Tim Sculthorpe, Deputy Political Editor For Mailonline
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The huge Unite union today vowed to try and force a new general election to remove Theresa May if it opposes her Brexit deal.

Trade union members also left the door open to calling a new referendum on any deal if they do not like the terms.

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Union questions about the exact terms of Brexit piles pressure on Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn to soften his stance on quitting the EU.

It comes as Momentum, the supporter group dedicated to Mr Corbyn, edges closer to full-blown support for a new referendum.

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Labour's leader opposes a second referendum on the deal, as does Prime Minister Theresa May.

Unite leader Len McCluskey used today's conference to warn Mrs May was turning Brexit into a 'nightmare for all of us' because she was trapped by the Tory right wing.

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The Unite motion agreed said: 'Our priority will be to force an early general election which can lead to the election of a Labour government which would, among other things, reach a better deal with the European Union and improved relations...
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