Labour says Theresa May unwilling to offer key Brexit concessions – The Guardian

The UK PM Theresa May’s cross-party Brexit talks seem to witness little positive start as The Guardian came out with a news report during early Wednesday that the opposition Labour party says Theresa May is unwilling to offer key Brexit concessions.

The report said that Labour has accused Theresa May of failing to offer any substantive changes to her Brexit deal in cross-party talks.

While giving details, the news report added that the Labour sources said the government team again appeared unwilling to countenance changes to the political declaration, which sets out the UK’s future relationship with the EU. Instead, ministers offered alternative ways of giving reassurance about the issues Labour has raised, such as on environmental standards and workers’ rights, including through redrafting the withdrawal act implementation bill (WAB) and tweaking separate planned government bills.

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