'No deal' Brexit could give Corbyn No10.
Byline: KATRINE BUSSEY
JEREMY Corbyn has a "real chance" of winning power in a 2019 general election in the wake of a "no deal" Brexit, Unite leader Len McCluskey claimed yesterday.
McCluskey told his union's Scottish policy conference if Theresa May fails to strike a deal on Britain's EU departure by this time next year, her Government could collapse.
cling on in Number 10, aided by the UK establishment, who he claimed are "scared stiff" of Corbyn becoming prime minister.
But he added: "If there's no deal I believe the Government will fall and we will have a general election. I think there would be a real chance of Labour winning and Corbyn coming to power."
would "move heaven and earth" to prevent the UK from exiting Europe without a deal.
He went on: "If this was Tony Blair or Gordon Brown or Ed Miliband, they would be more relaxed.
"With Corbyn they are scared stiff that a Labour government under his leadership will actually change the power axis within our nation."
REAL CHANCE Corbyn