In a letter to the various parties, Mr. Corbyn promised to take job in an election he claimed would give voters the opportunity to stay in the election EU, However, Mr. Corbyn's involvement was rejected by the other opposition parties, and Lib Dem chairman Jo Swinson called it "nonsense." Caroline Lucas, a member of the Greens, said Labor must do more to bring about a new vote and Ian Blackford, chairman of the SNP, said Corbyn must overcome Brexit.

The leader of the Liberal Democrat, Jo Swinson, said: "Jeremy Corbyn is not the person who will be able to make up for this task an even temporary majority in the lower house – I would expect people in his own party and in this In fact, the necessary conservatives are backbanks who did not want to support him. It's nonsense. "

Ms Swinson added: "This letter is just another red line dealing with him and his position, and it is not a serious attempt to find the right solution and to find consensus around one Brexit to stop without agreement.

"I am determined to cooperate credibly with other parties, and with no one in the entire Parliament, to stop Brexit without an agreement, and in my speech tomorrow, I will explain how that could work."

The Labor leader's plans to further delay Brexit by extending the Article 50 process were outlined in the letter to the opposition leaders of Westminster and the main Tory rebels, including Dominic Grieve and Sir Oliver Letwin.

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Update at 9:35 am: Andrew Bridgen, Tory MP, said the EU will make us concessions

Mr Bridgen said: "The more we do not prepare for a deal and the EU believes that we are prepared to leave without a deal, the clearer the negotiations will be, probably two or three weeks before we leave and the EU will do it give us concessions , "

Update at 9:26 am: The odds of winning a parliamentary election have been lowered

After the bookmakers scored an 8/11 goal in the past week, they have since reduced their chances of winning to 4/9 in a year-end parliamentary election.

Ladbrokes' Alex Apati said: "It's becoming more and more likely that a general election will take place before the end of the year."

Ladbroke's latest tip is that the next parliamentary election will take place from 2019 until 09.04.2020 until 02.05.2021 until 01.04.2022 or later until 01.08.2021

9:05 am Former Tory Sarah Wollaston joins Lib Dems to fight Brexit

Dr. Wollaston said, "I think the best way for me to represent my constituents in Totnes is to work in a fantastic team of Liberal Democrat MEPs who are unequivocally in favor of staying in the heart of Europe as a campaign for social justice, the environment and our public services. "

Update 8:43 am: The letters show that Plaid Cymru and SNP may be open to Corbyn's conspiracy

The Westminster SNP leader, Ian Blackford, said, "I am pleased to meet the Labor Chief and others as soon as possible to work together."

Plaid Cymru's Westminster leader Liz Saville said, "The crisis we are in is beyond the personality."

She also said, "We are very open to the idea of ​​a unity government.

"It does not matter who leads, but his top priority must be to stop Brexit."

8:33 clock update: Sweden worried about no impact of Brexit

Sweden has asked companies to prepare for a Brexit without agreements, as more attention is being paid throughout the EU.

Swedish Trade Minister Ann Linde warned that the country's small and medium-sized enterprises are not yet sufficiently prepared for Britain to leave the European Union without an agreement on 31 October.

08.14 clock update: Half of UK Farms Will Fail After Deal Without Brexit – Report Allegations

The report warns that half of the farms could fail if the UK leaves the EU without an agreement.

It was alleged that the EU would apply tariffs and non-tariff barriers to food imports from the UK if there were Brexit without agreements.

07:59 Update: MP Dominic Grieve has described Corbyn's letter as "very limited".

Former Attorney General Grieve said: "It is a proposal that the term of government should be as long as necessary for the extension of Article 50 and the holding of parliamentary elections." The scope is very limited. "