Leader of the Opposition Jeremy Corbyn condemns the car bomb in Londonderry at the weekend.
He says that Parliament “cannot take for granted” the Good Friday Agreement.
He accuses the prime minister of going through the “motions” of trying to seek consensus but he says she is still “in denial”.
He asks which of her red lines is “she prepared to move on”.
He states that there was “no flexibility, no negotiations” in the cross-party talks that were held last week.
He welcomes the commitment that the fee for settled status will now be waived by the government.
“There is a clear majority in the House to support a deal and to respect the referendum result,” he says, but he says the PM needs to work across the House.
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