Theresa May is fighting to find a cross-party Brexit plan today – as Jeremy Corbyn was accused or 'playing politics' by snubbing her offer of talks.The Prime Minister hero out of the olive branch to political rivals last night after surviving a Labor pray to oust her, urging them to come to the table and help break the Parliamentary deadlock. She has already with the Lib Dems, SNP and Plaid Cymru, and will see the sole Green MP, Caroline Lucas this morning.Mrs May's effective deputy David Lidington is co-ordinating the solution veteran Michael Gove is also expected to play a key role. But Mr. Corbyn caused fury by flatly rejecting the overture, insisting that he would not talk until the EU rules. Mrs May has the option to stay on the table, and there are questions about how much scope there is to be compromised by repeating her view. Nicola Sturgeon this morning pulled the SNP out of the talks, claiming she would not be 'complicit in more time wasting' as Mrs. May was not prepared to listen.Allies of the Labor leader boasted today that his tactics mean Mrs. May will have to split the Tory party if she wants to get a Brexit package through the Commons.Tory and Opposition MPs pointed out that Mr Corbyn was willing to sit down with terrorists without any preconditions – insisting his only aim was to seize power country. Tony Blair also waded in this morning by saying 'of course' Mr. Corbyn should accept the premier's invitation at a 'moment of crisis'.
In a Downing Street speech last night, Theresa May hero from an olive branch to political rivals last night after surviving a Labor pray to oust her
Mr. Corbyn (pictured right leaving his London home today) caused fury by flatly rejecting the overture, insisting that the EU without a deal. Tony Blair (pictured left) said the Labor leader should talk to the PM at a time of 'crisis'
Tory Brexiteers including (left to right) Owen Paterson, David Davis, Mark Francois and Steve Baker were in Whitehall for meetings today as wrangling
Tory 1922 committee chairman Graham Brady (left) and Caroline Lucas were also in Downing Street as the talks rumble on Mr. Corbyn – who underline his intentions by delivering a Brexit speech in the marginal constituency of Hastings this morning – his latest prayer to force an election spectacularly backfire in the Commons last night. A no-confidence motion tabled by Labor was defeated by 325 votes to 306 – with the victory margin of 19 or greater than Mrs. May's effective majority of 13. The PM's position was secured by the DUP and Tory Brexiteers coming back into the fold her a vicious humiliation by defeating her EU deal the night before. Speaking outside Number 10 late last night, Mrs. May said, "I'll be happy with our lives, away from Westminster, the events of the past 24 hours will have to be unsettling." Ewhelmingly, the British people want us to get on with delivering Brexit, and also address the other important issues they care about. "The deal has been rejected by MPs, and by a large margin. I believe it is my duty to deliver on the British people's instruction to leave the EU. And I intend to do so. "There are serious questions about whether Immediately after victory in the confidence vote was declared last night, Mrs. May invited the other party leaders to join talks. But in an extraordinary snub Mr. Corbyn immediately refused, saying he would only join discussions if Mrs. May ruled out no deal. Tory and Labor MPs voiced anger that the veteran left-winger was willing to sit down with terrorists without conditions, but would not meet the leader of the UK for the biggest crisis facing the country.
Mrs May tried to rally her divided MPs yesterday as she faced yet another battle for her political life with a confidence vote Mrs May said she had hero 'constructive' meetings with the leaders of the Lib Dems, SNP and Plaid Cymru. 'I am disappointed that the leader of the Labor Party has not yet chosen, but our remains open,' she added. MPs lashed the Labor leader – accusing him or sitting down with terrorists but rebuffing the leader of the United Kingdom at a time of national crisis. In 1984, Corbyn invited Linda Quigley and Gerard McLoughlin to tea in Parliament – both were convicted or IRA terrorism.Tory MP James Heappey retorted: "Jeremy Corbyn has sat down with terrorists around the world in pursuit of and always without preconditions. 'But will not it sit down with the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom to tackle the biggest constitutional challenge of our time without preconditions? Errr, no. 'Labor MP Chris Leslie also attacked him, count MailOnline:' Every opportunity to influence Brexit policy ought to be tasks – surely we should be the Prime Minister, even if we are time to persuade "Tory Minister Guy Opperman told CNN:" I'd like to stop playing politics, get round the table, and manifestly disagree with, because until they spell out their position – and the other parties, but the main one is Labor – we do not know where the common ground is. '