UK PM May spars with opposition leader Corbyn in parliament over Brexit
British Prime Minister Theresa May and opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn clashed over Brexit in parliament on Wednesday (January 16) in a fiery Prime Minister's Question session.
A day after May's parliamentary loss by the worst margin for a British government in modern times, Corbyn called for a general election.
May stressed that had no intention to revoke Article 50 and in turn, accused Corbyn of not having a clear Brexit plan.
With the clock ticking down to March 29, the date set in law for Brexit, the United Kingdom is now in the deepest political crisis in half a century as it grapples with how, or even whether, to exit the European project it joined in 1973.