As the largest Opposition party in Westminster, Labour is responsible for holding the UK Government to account on Brexit. In order to do this effectively, they need a policy of their own, especially in relation to membership of the customs union and single market. If Labour wasn't clear about whether they wanted in or out of these two treaties then it would make it impossible for them to try to influence government policy. Plaid Cymru's position is clear: we want to stay in the single market and customs union. So what is Labour's policy on membership of these?
Labour's Brexit spokesperson Keir Starmer calls on May to commit to single market membership.
Labour votes to leave Single Market.
Starmer says Labour would not support any final Brexit deal unless it delivers the “exact same benefits” the UK currently enjoys within the EU.
Labour comes out against single market membership.
Labour's election manifesto commits to "retaining the benefits of the single market and customs union". These weasel words mean nothing.
Labour leadership sacks frontbenchers for voting in favour of single market membership.
Labour's shadow Chancellor says UK can stay in single market.
Labour comes out in favour of single market membership.
Jeremy Corbyn comes out against single market membership.
Labour ready to pay for access to single market.
Labour votes to leave customs union.
Labour calls on May to consider keeping UK in customs union and single market.