Ministers urge May to seek help from Corbyn if Brexit deal voted down: Bloomberg
(Reuters) - Senior British ministers have urged Prime Minister Theresa May to invite opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn for talks with a view to agreeing a joint Brexit plan if parliament votes down her deal next week, Bloomberg reported on Friday.
It quoted people familiar with the matter.
(Reporting by Sathvik N in Bengaluru; editing by John Stonestreet)
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