Corbyn refuses to back 'post-Brexit austerity Budget'
Media playback is unsupported on your device

PMQs: Corbyn and Cameron on 'post-Brexit' Budget

Jeremy Corbyn says Labour would not back George Osborne's proposed "post-Brexit austerity Budget" - and calls on David Cameron to condemn the "opportunism" of 57 pro-Leave Conservative MPs who say they would vote against it.

The prime minister says "nobody wants to have an emergency budget" but the only way to avoid one was to vote to Remain in the EU.

BBC Politics Live: Referendum latest in text, audio and video

  • 15 Jun 2016
Go to next video: Cameron denies 'cosying up to Murdoch'