23 Nov 2019

Jeremy Corbyn defends ‘strength and maturity’ of ‘neutral’ Brexit stance

Home Affairs Correspondent

The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has defended his decision to stay ‘neutral’ during any second Brexit referendum – calling it a ‘sign of maturity’ which could help bring people together.

His stance has been widely mocked by other party leaders – the Lib Dems Jo Swinson describing it as an ‘abdication of leadership’.