Fury as Sir Keir Starmer says he wants to reopen Brexit negotiations AGAIN just months after new Rishi deal | The Sun

SIR Keir Starmer today boasted he'll reopen Brexit negotiations AGAIN if made PM, just months after Rishi Sunak signed a new deal with Brussels.

The Labour leader sparked fury as he insisted "we need a better Brexit deal" because the Windsor Framework isn't working.

Sir Keir told BBC Breakfast: "We will make Brexit work.

"The deal we've got, it was said to be oven-ready, it wasn't even half-baked."

The opposition chief said he doesn't want the UK to rejoin the EU single market or customs union.

But Tory MPs accused him of secretly wanting to drag Brits back under Brussels control.


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This week the Labour leader sparked fury after admitting he wants to give EU citizens living in the UK the chance to vote in general elections.

A Conservative Party spokesperson said: “Sir Keir Starmer wants to rig British elections so EU nationals can vote for the British government.

"It is obvious why. He wants to re-open Brexit, hand power back to Brussels and surrender to uncontrolled, unlimited immigration – after all this is what he’s campaigned for his entire political career."

Sir Keir's pledge to reopen Brexit talks came after Vauxhall's parent company Stellantis told MPs it can't commit to making electric vehicles in the UK unless changes are made to the Trade and Co-operation Agreement with the EU.

Stellantis, the world's fourth biggest car maker, committed to making electric vehicles at its Ellesmere Port and Luton plants two years ago.

But in a submission to the Commons Business and Trade Committee, the company said Mr Sunak's Brexit deal was a "threat to our export business and the sustainability of our UK manufacturing operations".

The Windsor Framework was signed by EU chiefs and ministers in February.

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It was hailed by Tory MPs as a fair compromise that will finally end trade friction between Britain and Northern Ireland.

Sir Keir said: "I don't think many people look at that deal and think it's working very well."

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