The Labour leader finally announced the Labour party’s Brexit policy this month and explained the party’s new position on Twitter.
He said: “ “Whoever becomes the new Prime Minister should put their deal, or No Deal, back to the people in a public vote.
“In those circumstances, Labour would campaign for Remain against either No Deal or a Tory deal that does not protect the economy and jobs.”
The announcement was welcomed by Tom Watson, the Labour Party’s deputy leader, who claimed “Remain is who we are”.
But not everyone approves the new policy, with Martin Daubney, a former Labour Party supporter and Brexit Party MEP, describing the move as “the final betrayal”.
Mr Daubney also accused the Labour leader of abandoning the working classes.
While continuing her condemnation of anti-semitism within the Labour party, Mrs May quotes former secretary Lord Triesman, who resigned yesterday condemning anti-Jewish abuse in Labour.
She says it’s an “injustice” to force people to pay more tax to pay for Labour’s spending plans.
She says Labour’s new slogan is: “Tax, tax, tax, injustice, injustice”.