Caroline Flint issued a challenge to the Prime Minister today to meet with Jeremy Corbyn “in the national interest” to seek to resolve concerns about workers’ rights, health and safety, and future customs arrangements, to avoid a No Deal Brexit.
The Don Valley MP argued that, as both the Prime Minister and the Leader of the Opposition have stated they wish to avoid a No Deal Brexit, it was time to invite the Leader of the Opposition to a “meaningful discussion” about the Withdrawal Agreement.
Here is what Theresa May said in response to Labour MP Julie Cooper.
Now WATCH my Point of Order.
Theresa May claimed she had put money into nursery education when the previous Labour Government had not. When she was Chair of Education in the London Borough of Merton, Mrs Thatcher was Prime Minister and there had not been a Labour Government for 11 years.