Upbeat Corbyn talks up Labour’s future
( 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.