Theresa May’s plan failed after her Brexit deal was rejected on Tuesday. The results of yesterday’s voting were terrible for the Conservatives after only 202 of the 650 members of the House of Commons supported the PM’s Brexit plan.
Analysts around the world coincide this could be the right moment for Jeremy Corbyn to force general elections.
Jeremy Corbyn said in Parliament: “more homeless, more children in poverty, older people without care, longer waits at A&E (public healthcare), fewer nurses, rising crime, less safe streets, cuts to children’s education.”
Corbyn tweeted a video on Wednesday saying “Theresa May’s government has failed our country.”
— Jeremy Corbyn (@jeremycorbyn) January 16, 2019
“This government is not capable of dealing with the most important issue, which is now Brexit.”