May and Corbyn Both Face Friendly Fire as Parliament Returns
Bloomberg News ---------- Both Prime Minister Theresa May and opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn found themselves under fire as British lawmakers prepared to return to work this week. For May the issue was Brexit. Her proposed agreement was attacked by European Union negotiator Michel Barnier, who said he “strictly”opposed it. It was derided by her former Brexit Secretary David Davis, who said it was “almost worse” than remaining in the EU. Both of those criticisms were to be expected. More disappointing to May will be former Conservative loyalist Nick Boles saying the plan put the U.K. on course to “humiliation.” To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.