Up­beat Cor­byn talks up Labour’s fu­ture

The Sunday Post (Inverness) - - Politics -

( in Wales). Many peo­ple don’t re­alise that bits and pieces of cars of­ten travel across the chan­nel many times. It is a very tightly-run sys­tem so if you have to pay a tar­iff ev­ery time you move a crankshaft from Ger­many to Bri­tain back and forth ... Well, it is not go­ing to hap­pen.”

The SNP ad­min­is­tra­tion at Holy­rood has threat­ened to with­hold con­sent for the UK Gov­ern­ment’s Brexit plan un­less there are sig­nif­i­cant com­pro­mises and Labour has “six tests” it will as­sess each part of the trade deal with.

Asked if he would sup­port the SNP if there were no con­ces­sions made and the UK Gov­ern­ment’s plan failed his six tests, the Labour leader said: “That is some way down the line.”

Mean­while, Mr Cor­byn yes­ter­day re­stated his party’s com­mit­ment to older peo­ple and the young as he at­tended a pen­sion­ers’ tea party at St Bryce Kirk in Kirk­caldy, Fife.

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