Anger grows at May-Corbyn bid to stitch up Brexit deal
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A hundred MPs demand a new vote on any deal agreed as Tories reject outright the idea of a customs union

Last-ditch efforts by Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn to strike a compromise on Brexit looked doomed on Saturday as the party leaders faced mounting revolts from their own MPs and activists.

Following Thursday’s local elections in which both the Conservatives and Labour were punished severely by voters for failing to break the political deadlock, May and Corbyn have insisted their parties must...

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