• Ex-Labour MP for Tooting said public should have chance to change their minds
  • Insisted Government left it too late to negotiate a deal in time for March 2019 
  • ‘Going ahead with Brexit threatens living standards, economy and jobs,’ he said
  • Labour splits set to continue with 100 anti-Brexit motions at party conference

The London Mayor set up a sharp divide in his party just a week before the Labour conference as Jeremy Corbyn is still opposed to a new referendum.

And his intervention will enrage Brexiteers who insist the June 2016 vote must be honoured.

Mr Khan insisted today that the Leave campaign promises had proven to be ‘lies’…

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