Corbyn urges Labour voters to back remaining in the EU
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has delivered his first major speech on the case for the UK staying in the European Union.
Mr Corbyn told an audience in central London that a vote to remain was in the best interests of the country, saying the EU had brought jobs, investment and protection for workers, consumers and the environment.
He argued it was worth staying in the EU - "warts and all" - to fight for reform.
Laura Kuenssberg reports.
14 Apr 2016
- From the section EU Referendum