Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn got ready for their hotly anticipated gathering to talk about the route ahead on Brexit by conflicting in the House of Commons.
At Prime Minister’s Questions the Labor chief over and over encouraged Mrs May to discount a no-bargain Brexit and to discard her “red lines” in any forthcoming converses with Brussels.
Mrs May hit back by saying that Mr Corbyn “has no arrangement for Brexit”.
The match will meet secretly later to look for shared belief on Brexit.
The BBC’s Political Editor Laura Kuenssberg said she was certain they would not be yelling at one another when they meet at 15:00 GMT, however “as far as where the two principle parties are, there truly isn’t much shared conviction”.
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Mr Corbyn consented to the gathering after MPs casted a ballot against the possibility of a no-bargain Brexit on Tuesday evening. He had recently discounted such a gathering except if Mrs May precluded a no-bargain Brexit herself.
At PMQs, he said the head administrator may have prevailing in “briefly joining her extremely separated gathering” in Tuesday’s votes on changes to her arrangement yet she needed to make “increasingly critical bargains” to “join the nation”.
Mrs May said Mr Corbyn was a “fine one to discuss meeting up”, when he had just currently consented to meet her.
She said most of MPs had recognized the Irish fence as the fundamental staying point keeping them from sponsorship her arrangement, though Mr Corbyn’s Brexit proposition had been rejected.