Jeremy Corbyn wants to "bring down the government".

Opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn will do everything possible to stop Britain leaving the European Union without a deal on October 31st, he said on Monday (August 19th). 

According to Reuters, he urged parliamentarians that were “serious” about blocking a no-deal Brexit to vote to bring down the government in a no-confidence vote, and said Labour would form a time-limited government to avoid leaving the EU without a deal. 

“We will do everything necessary to stop a disastrous no-deal, for which this government has no mandate,” Corbyn said in a speech in Corby in central England.

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