British Prime Minister Theresa May and opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn are grilled on their approaches to Brexit. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT. NO REPORTER NARRATION. British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Monday (May 29) she was ready to walk away from Brexit negotiations without a deal with the European Union if the agreement wasn't good enough. "We will be there to negotiate the right deal, but what I have said is that no deal is better than a bad deal. We have to be prepared to walk out," she said to applause during a Sky News interview on Monday. By contrast the leader of Britain's main opposition Labour Party said he would ensure there was a Brexit deal with the European Union were he to win power When asked whether he would contemplate a scenario where Britain failed to strike an arrangement with the rest of the bloc, Jeremy Corbyn said: "There's going to be a deal." Britons elect a new government in nine days' time. Polls show May's Conservatives are seeing their lead over the opposition Labour Party narrow.