Labour leader says guarantees should have been made immediately after Brexit vote rather than waiting for negotiations

Theresa May’s proposals to preserve the rights of 3 million EU citizens living in the UK have been condemned by Jeremy Corbyn and other opposition MPs as “too little, too late”.

The Labour leader said guarantees should have been made directly after the vote to leave the European Union last year rather than waiting until “complex and delicate” trade negotiations began.

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