Prime Minister Theresa May has insisted she had to reach out to Labour in a bid to deliver Brexit or risk letting it “slip through our fingers”.
In a statement on Saturday night, Mrs May said there was a “stark choice” of either leaving the European Union with a deal or not leaving at all.
Some Conservatives have criticised her for seeking Labour’s help after MPs rejected her Brexit plan three times.
Three days of talks between the parties ended without agreement on Friday.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said he was “waiting to see the red lines move” and had not “noticed any great change in the government’s position”.
In the statement, Mrs May said that after doing “everything in my power” to persuade her own party – and their