UK's Labour pledges new Brexit strategy if it wins election

Housing Minister Gavin Barwell said: "Under Theresa May's strong and stable leadership, we recently set out a clear plan to build more affordable housing - and the number of housing starts is up by three-quarters since 2010".

The Lib Dem leader said that while the PM has committed to leaving the European single market to regain full control over immigration, her own ministers have now acknowledged it can not be cut because Britain needs foreigners to fill job vacancies.

She added: "Make no mistake, it could happen".

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"Boris is doing a great job as foreign secretary", she said.

Britain's main opposition party has vowed to scrap Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plans if it wins the general election in June, saying it will seek a softer departure from the European Union.

Jeremy Corbyn himself has said he was a 200-1 outsider for the Labour leadership in 2015 and look where that one went.

The Prime Minister was also challenged over the "rape clause", which requires women to prove they have conceived a third child through rape to be exempt from a two-child cap on tax credits.

"Britain has been successful in recent years in part by becoming a mecca for some of the most talented, industrious people on earth".

The ITV media has already said it will hold a leaders' debate with further details to be announced in due course, while Sky News is also considering its options.

Mrs May warned again against complacency during the trip, telling a crowd in Bridgend that "every single vote will count".

He was speaking after it was announced that British people who have lived overseas for over 15 years will not be allowed a vote.

"What the Tories have done very cleverly is give people the national interest reason for voting Tory", he said. We need to recognise that we have 44% of our trade with the EU.

"We do not believe that leaving the European Union means severing our ties with Europe".

"We have seen chancellor Merkel's comments today".

Starmer said if Britain elected a Labour government it would reset the "Conservatives failing approach to Brexit".

Earlier, Mr Corbyn rejected the suggestion by Mr Johnson that Britain would find it hard to refuse a request for help from the United States if Washington launched further air strikes against Syria if Bashar al-Assad used chemical weapons again. "And they should not be used as bargaining chips", said Labour's Brexit spokesman Keir Starmer.

"We will work with Parliament, not against it".