A vote for UKIP or the Brexit Party in the European Parliament elections is a "wasted vote", according to the lead Conservative candidate in Wales. The UK will vote to send 73 MEPs back to the European Parliament in just over two weeks' time.
Ongoing talks with Labour to pass an agreement have so far failed to break the deadlock - leaving political parties on both sides of the Brexit divide gearing up for what has been described as a "zombie" poll because the government is still planning to leave the European Union within months.
A Labour spokesman said the party hoped to establish "in the next few days" whether a deal was possible. But those talks infuriate some Conservative backbenchers and the person they want out of a job by the summer is Theresa May.
Corbyn is pitching his party as the only one able to appeal to both Leave and Remain voters.
Talks between May's government and the Labour Party will resume on Monday.
It comes at the launch of a new report which claims that there would be an £80 billion hit to national income and a £13 billion cut to money for public services, even if the United Kingdom leaves the EU with a customs union deal.
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The ambiguity infuriates many Labour members, who believe the party would do better at the polls if it adopted a firmly anti-Brexit stance.
Sir Graham Brady, chair of the 1922 Committee, met with the Prime Minister privately on Tuesday, and has since made it clear she had not offered him any further clarity regarding her future in the role.
A Liberal Democrat spokesperson said: "The Liberal Democrats, the Green Party, Change UK and Renew have been working together to put forward a joint approach for the Peterborough by-election, understanding the need for a collective effort in securing a People's Vote and stopping Brexit".
The party was kicking off its official election campaign Thursday under the blunt slogan: "Bollocks to Brexit".