UK: Jeremy Corbyn accuses PM of 'bungling' Brexit

The leader of Britain's opposition party says it is the 'government in waiting'. In a wide-ranging speech at the party's annual conference, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn accused Prime Minister Theresa May of 'bungling' negotiations.

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    The leader of Britain's opposition party says it is the "government in waiting".

    In a wide-ranging speech at the party's annual conference, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn accused Prime Minister Theresa May of "bungling" negotiations to leave the European Union, also known as Brexit.

    He also criticised Saudi Arabia for what he described as its cruel war in Yemen.

    Al Jazeera's Barnaby Phillips reports from Brighton.


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