Saturday 26 November 2022 11:02 PM Sir Keir Starmer insists he won't derail Brexit as he rules out a ... trends now

Saturday 26 November 2022 11:02 PM Sir Keir Starmer insists he won't derail Brexit as he rules out a ... trends now
Saturday 26 November 2022 11:02 PM Sir Keir Starmer insists he won't derail Brexit as he rules out a ... trends now

Saturday 26 November 2022 11:02 PM Sir Keir Starmer insists he won't derail Brexit as he rules out a ... trends now

Sir Keir Starmer insists he won't derail Brexit as he rules out a Switzerland-style deal  The Labour leader triggered a furious reaction from the Remainer wing of party  Starmer has made it clear he would not cross 'red line' of freedom of movement  Critics accused Starmer of being 'dishonest' given previous remarks on issue

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Sir Keir Starmer last night mounted an audacious attempt to outflank the Tories on Brexit by ruling out the Swiss-style deal with the EU floated privately last week by Chancellor Jeremy Hunt

The Labour leader triggered a furious reaction from the Remainer wing of his party by promising not to renegotiate Boris Johnson's Brexit deal. 

He made clear he would not cross the 'red line' of accepting the return of freedom of movement for EU citizens. 

Sir Keir Starmer has triggered a furious reaction from the Remainer wing of his party by promising not to renegotiate Boris Johnson's Brexit deal

Sir Keir Starmer has triggered a furious reaction from the Remainer wing of his party by promising not to renegotiate Boris Johnson's Brexit deal

His pledge came after reports of Mr Hunt's alleged remarks advocating an agreement with Brussels similar to that thrashed out by Switzerland, which has access to the single market trading bloc in return for allowing free movement. 

Sir Keir told this newspaper: 'A Swiss deal simply wouldn't work for Britain. Freedom of movement is a red line for me. 

'It was part of the deal of being in the EU but since we left

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