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U. K. prime minister to resume and opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn hold a second round of talks on brexit Thursday open says the previous day's first round walls useful but inconclusive I welcome the prime minister's office I think there are actually a number of areas that we agree on in relation directed , the pair have agreed on negotiating teams and a plan of work but the talks have sparked anger in both parties two more of my is junior ministers resigned in protest on Wednesday media reports claim as many as fifteen ministers could quitting Ole meanwhile many in labor fit it is all a ruse to make them share responsibility for brexit may came to the opposition party off to have proposed deal was voted down three times in parliament , the labor party wants to maintain tight trade relationships with Europe in what's called a customs union a so called soft brexit Coleman is under pressure from some in the policy not to agree any deal without a commitment from may to hold a new referendum on it labor has its own brexit divides with many in its ranks representing districts which voted heavily in favour , the majority of just one vote it's meant to stop a new deal departure on April twelfth the default outcome if nothing else is agreed on Thursday the upper house of parliament will try to debate and polished the bill within a day the unprecedented haste just another sign of the feverish atmosphere in Westminster