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the leader of the opposition, Jeremy Corbyn.
Thank you, Mr Speaker.
I join you in thanking all the staff that have come into the house this morning to help us cleaning staff, catering staff, security staff officials on our own staff.
They've given up a weekend in order to help our deliberations.
I also want to thank the Prime Minister for Advanced copy off his statement.
He has re negotiated withdrawal agreement on made it even worse.
He's re negotiated the political decoration on Made that even worse.
We're having a debate today on a text for which there is no economic impact assessment and no accompanying legal advice.
This government has sought to avoid scrutiny throughout the process.
On yesterday evening made empty promises on workers rights on the environment the same government that spent the last few weeks negotiating in secret to remove from withdrawal agreement legally binding commitments on workers rights on the environment.
This government cannot be trusted on these benches will not be duped.
Neither will the government.
Neither Mr Speaker will the government's own workers.
The head of the Civil Service Union prospect yesterday met the right honorable member for Surrey Heath and at the conclusion of that meeting, he said.
And I quote, I asked for reassurances that the government would not diverge on workers rights after Brexit, he could not give me those assurances.
And as for the much hyped world leading environment bill, the legally binding targets will not be enforceable until 2037.
For this government, the climate emergency can always wait.
Mrs.
Baker.
This deal risks people's jobs, rights at work, our environment and our national health service.
We must be honest about what this deal means for our manufacturing industry on people's jobs.
Not only does it reduce access to the market of our biggest trading partner, it leaves us without a customs union which will damage industries all across this country in every one of our constituencies.
From Nissan in Sunderland, Heinz in Wigan, Airbus in broaden on Jaguar, Land Rover in Birmingham, thousands of British jobs depend on a strong manufacturing sector.
Onda strong manufacturing sector needs markets through fluid supply chains all across the European Union.
A vote for this deal would be a vote to cut manufacturing jobs all across this country.
This deal, Mr Speaker, would inevitably, on absolutely inevitably lead to a trump trade deal, forcing the U.
K.
Forcing the UK to diverge from the highest standards on Expose our Families once again to chlorine washed chicken and hormone treated.
This deal.
I did say that the statement by the prime minister must be heard.
The response of the leader of the opposition in the best traditions must also be heard.
And it will Jeremy Corbyn pills to enshrine the principle that we keep pace with the European Union on environmental standards and protections, putting at risk our current rules from air pollution standards to chemical safety.
We all know the public concern about these issues all at the same time that we're facing a climate emergency.
And as for workers rights, we simply cannot give the government a blank check.
Mrs.
Baker, you don't have to take my word for all of this.
Listen, for example, to the TUC general secretary, Frances O.
Grady, who say's this she does.
She does represent an organization.
She does represent an organization that has six million members affiliated to it.
This deal, Mr Speaker, would be a disaster for working people.
It would hammer the economy, cost jobs and sell workers rights down the river.
Listen to make UK representing British manufacturers, say.
And I quote, This is make you case comments on this deal.
Members opposite might care to listen to them.
Commitments to the closest possible trading relationships in goods have gone under this deal.
Differences in regulation between the UK and the EU will add cost on bureaucracy.
Are companies will face a lack of clarity, inhibiting investment and planning?
Listen also to the Green Alliance, who said the deal amounted to a very sad Brexit read from a climate per sec perspective.
The message, Mr Speaker, is clear.
This deal is not good for jobs damaging for our industry, Onda threat to our environment and our natural world.
It's not a good deal for our country on future generations will feel the impact.
It should be voted down today by this house.
Mr.
Speaker, I also totally understand the frustration on the fatigue across the country and in this house.
But we simply cannot vote for a deal that is even worse than the one the House rejected three times.
The government's own economic analysis shows this deal would make the poorest regions even poorer on cost.
Each person in this country over £2000 per year.
If we vote for a deal that makes our constituents poorer, we're not likely to be forgiven for doing that.
Mr.
Speaker.
The government is claiming that if we support their deal, it will get Brexit done and that backing them today is the only way to stop a no deal.
I simply say nonsense.
Supporting the government is afternoon would merely fire the starting pistol in a race, a race to the bottom in regulations on standards.
If anyone had any doubts about this, we only have to listen to what their own honorable members have been saying, like the one yesterday who rather let the cat out of the bag saying members should back this deal as it means we can leave with no deal by 2020.
The cats is truly got out of the bag.
So can the prime minister confirm whether this is the case, Andi, that if a free trade agreement has not been done, it would mean Britain falling onto World Trade Organisation terms by December next year, with only Northern Ireland having preferential access to the U market, no wonder the foreign secretary's said This represents and I quote a cracking deal for Northern Ireland.
They would retain frictionless access to the single market.
It does beg the question, Mr Speaker, why can't the rest of the UK get a cracking deal by maintaining access to the single market?
The T shirt said.
And I quote it allows the All Ireland economy to continue to develop on one which protects the European single market some members of this house to welcome in all armed economy.
But I didn't think that included the government in the Conservative and Unionist Party, the prime minister declared in the summer.
Under no circumstances will I allow the you or anyone else to create any kind of division down the Irish Sea.
You cannot trust a word that he say's Mr Speaker.
Voting for a deal today won't end Brexit.
It won't deliver certainty and the people should have the final say.
Labour is not prepared to sell out the communities that we represent way we are not prepared way are not prepared to sell out their future on.
We will not back this sell out deal.
This is about our communities now and about our future generations Prime minister speak.
I must confess that I am disappointed by the tone that the right on has taken today because I had thought that he might rise to the occasion and see that the electorate broadly and indeed electric, I believe his his own electorate would want Teoh do not just to get Brexit done on, I must say I thought that he would wish to reflect the will of the people who voted for Brexit in such numbers in 2016 and waiting for a very long time.
He's wrong about environmental and social protection.
This'll government.
This country will maintain the very highest standards, and we will lead in environmental protection on social protection across Europe on the world.
We lead, for instance, in our commitment to be carbon neutral by 2050 on a side I've told him many times before.
This this freedom Brexit gives us the opportunity to do things that we have not been able to do and that are deeply desired by the British people, such as banning the live export of animals.
And I have to say nothing of sharp into many, many other things that we could do differently on on better.
He is wrong, Mr Speaker, about business, the overwhelming view off businesses that there are great opportunities from Brexit but also as both Stuart Rose is Stuart Rose, who I think was a former chairman of the remain campaign.
Andi Andi, the governor of the Bank of England, have said today this is a good deal for the British economy.
Asai.
Look ahead, Mr Speaker.
The only risk I see to the bridge economy are the catastrophic plans of the right honorable gentleman on his semi Marxist party.
What what British business wants is the certainty on the stability of getting Brexit done on October the 31st on then the opportunity to build a new future with our European partners on to do free trade deals around the world.
Mr.
Speaker, he is wrong about Northern Ireland which will exit the U Customs Union along with the rest off the UK, I may say in defiance in defiance of what the commission and indeed the Irish government had intended on.
He talks about trust.
Mr.
Speaker, I can't think is the right honorable generated.
I don't wish to be unnecessarily adversarial today.
I thing is a right.
Honorable gentlemen, this is the right honorable gentleman Does who patiently does not trust his own party.
He doesn't trust the shadow.
He doesn't trust the shadow chancellor.
A bubble he has not.
Bean willing to trust the people of this country by granting them by granting them the right to adjudicate on him and his policies in a general election.
He won't trust the people.
And he doesn't trust the people by delivering on the results of their referendum in 2016.
Mr.
Speaker, I suggest, in all humility and candor to the house they should ignore.
They should ignore the pleadings of the honorable gentleman on a boat for an excellent deal that will take this country and take the whole of Europe forward.
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