Jeremy Corbyn has charged Nigel Farage of selling voters “ snake oil”, as he initiated the campaign of Labour for the European elections. The Labour leader said Brexit Party of Mr. Farage, which is top of many opinion surveys before voting day on 23 rd May, was dealing in “poison” required to be challenged.

Amid condemnation of the position of the party, on the inquiries of second polling, which has experienced experts charge Mr. Corbyn of sitting on the fence, he made “ no apology ” for “attempting to offer something to everyone.”

While Mr. Corbyn said that “ we can not ignore ” that more than 17 billion people polled for Brexit in the 2016 ballot, he also told the audience in Kent, it is in the interests of the country to give effort for this categorization or one way or another.

He also added, “ but we can never accept the government’s bad deal or a disastrous no-deal. So if we can’t get a sensible deal, along the lines of our alternative plan or a general election, Labour backs the option of a public vote”.

Mr. Corbyn claimed in a Q&A session after his address that he wanted another public vote “ to be seen as a healing process bringing this whole process to a conclusion.”

Britain was to leave the European Union at the end of March, but it has been now rescheduled until October.

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has pulled up three times for getting Brexit deal by MPs leading her to request a postponement of the departure of Britain. She has also arrived to labor with both sides gripped in cross-party discussions for attempting to break the deadlock.

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