And in a sign that he would be prepared to work with Tory moderates to prevent a no-deal Brexit, possibly by tabling a confidence motion to bring down the Government, Mr Corbyn said he would do "whatever is necessary".
Labour MP Bridget Phillipson, who supports a referendum, said Mr Corbyn was "at last beginning to listen to what our voters and members are saying" but there is "no immediate prospect of a general election" so the party should throw its weight behind the People's Vote campaign.
One former Labour minister confirmed they did not vote for the party last week but fell short of confirming which party they supported.
Onasanya was elected as a Labour MP and was later suspended from the party after she was sentenced.
With that said, history was made at the weekend.
He said: "That the Brexit Party is now being considered by the electorate as a potential party of Government should come as no surprise".
Jeremy Corbyn and outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May have failed to deliver Brexit, sending both Leavers and Remainers looking for something new.
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Sitharaman joined the Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) in 2008 and has served as a national spokesperson for the party since 2010. Cabinet Minister Narendra Singh Tomar took charge of the Agriculture and Farmers Welfare ministry, according to ANI.
Mr McCluskey, who held talks with Labour MPs from Leave-supporting areas, said: 'Labour MPs from Leave seats want result respected but jobs and standards defended.
The Labour leader warned that the Tory leadership contest would damage communities on both sides of the Brexit divide in Britain.
"The party I lead was reported to be on 26 percent, that is four points ahead of the Labour Party and nine points ahead of the Conservative Party".
Mr Farage, speaking at a packed rally in Peterborough on Saturday (June 1), said the by-election is "the opportunity for the next chapter in this great story" following the European elections.
Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg - who served as deputy Prime Minister under David Cameron - so the party nearly wiped out in the 2015 General Election.
She said: "These children are only young, but we want them and teenagers to get involved with politics and our debates".
The change was backed by a number of major unions, including the GMB, Unison and Usdaw. He said this contributed to the Brexit Party leader's success in the recent European elections. However, as the European elections have shown, fresh United Kingdom general elections would spell doom for both the Conservatives and Labour unless they moved to harder stances on either side of the spectrum.