Amendment calls for Brexit that has ‘exact same benefits’ as single market, with focus on outcome that prioritises jobs and economy

Labour will put key planks of its manifesto to the House of Commons on Thursday, including proposals to scrap tuition fees, end austerity measures and deliver a Brexit that has the “exact same benefits” as the single market.

The party has tabled a substantial new amendment to the Queen’s speech after Wednesday’s attempt failed, which called on the government to end the the public sector pay cap and cuts to policing budgets.

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