How has May handled the Brexit negotiations?
Can Jeremy Corbyn win a general election?
And does Caroline Flint have any Tory friends?
Caroline Flint in conversation with Prof Anand Menon from the independent think tank UK in the Changing Europe.
This discussion took place on Tuesday 27 November 2018.
Caroline Flint has confirmed that the Brexit deal the Government is seeking to agree with the European Union this autumn will not be the “final deal,” as the UK faces two years of further negotiations following 'Brexit Day' on 29 March 2019.
Caroline spoke to Jim Pickard, Chief Political Correspondent of The Financial Times, about respecting the result of the 2016 EU Referendum and working towards the best possible deal for the UK in Brexit negotiations.
Leaving the EU is a complicated business. Hundreds of laws and agreements; and numerous pan-European bodies the UK is involved in. A lot to sort out.
Some Brexiteers would prefer no compromise with the EU, leaving with no deal.