Jeremy Corbyn has warned that Tory infighting over Brexit is putting Britain on a path to “economic disaster”.
Accusing the Government of “failing” in exit negotiations, he claimed Prime Minister Theresa May was risking a “jobs meltdown” across the UK.
In a speech to the Co-operative Party conference, Mr Corbyn also attacked the “macho posturing” of US president Donald Trump on North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un.
He set out Labour’s plans to transform Britain’s economic model, so the benefits of new technology are spread more widely.
He suggested “gig economy” firms like ride-hailing service Uber could be replaced by co-operatives, in which drivers collectively set pay and conditions and share or reinvest the profits from their work.