The Prime Minister gave a speech on last week's EU summit. In it, Theresa May stated that the UK 'will play a leading role' after leaving the European Union.
She also added that 'We need a global approach' in dealing with humanitarian crisis and organised crime.
The Prime Minister wants the UK to 'lead the way'. And to ensure we are 'properly equipped to deal with organised crime.
The PM welcomed the completion of the Free Trade agreement with the EU and Canada.
'These agreements will lay the foundation of our agreements as we leave the European Union'.
The Prime Minister's sta
In regards to Article 50, she said that 'it will be a defining moment for our Country'. Taking back control of our boarders and our laws. The new relationship will work for the whole of the UK according to the Prime Minister. Kicking Scotland's hope of a second Independence Referendum to the curb.
Jeremy Corbyn stated that 'If the wrong decisions are made, we will pay the price'. He also added that we need a government that 'listens'.
Jeremy Corbyn urged the Prime Minister to listen to the whole of Parliament before the final vote.
Jeremy Corbyn also urged the Prime Minister to aim for tariff free trade with the EU to secure jobs.
He added 'no deal is also a bad deal'. He also reminded the Prime Minister that EU nationals already living in the UK are Mothers, Fathers, Sisters, and Brothers, not bargaining chips.