Mrs May and Mr Corbyn have been locked in key discussions this month as an impasse on her Brexit deal is sought. So far no breakthrough has been made and now Mr Corbyn says the talks are on the brink of failing. According to The Sun, he said: “We’ve put those cases very robustly to the Government and there’s no agreement as yet.
“The Government doesn’t appear to be shifting the red lines because they’ve got a big pressure in the Tory party that actually wants to turn this country into a deregulated low-tax society which will do a deal with Trump.
“I don’t want to do that.”
Mr Corbyn added: “We’ve lost a lot of time by the dithering of the Government on bringing issues to Parliament.”
Mrs May is keen to strike a deal with the US President in a bid to get access to their huge market.
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If the UK stayed in the EU’s customs union, any such deal would be off the table due to its terms.
Sources suggest the main obstacle in the discussions was International Trade Secretary Liam Fox.
Should Mrs May and Mr Corbyn fail to reach a deal, indicative votes on Brexit scenarios would once again be put to Parliament.
The last time this happened numbers deals such as remaining in the EU and a no deal Brexit were all discussed.
None gained a majority.
The latest revelation comes as Mrs May was warned she may face another no-confidence vote in her leadership.
Party chairmen have been encouraging MPs to sign a petition calling for a National Convention to oust the party leader, the Daily Telegraph reported.
The Conservatives must hold the meeting if the petition is signed by more than 65 association chairmen.
Up to 50 chairmen have reportedly signed it so far.