Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has chosen Corby in Northamptonshire to say that a general election triggered by the Brexit crisis will provide a "once-in-a-generation chance" for a change of direction in politics.
He used the speech to set out his vision to rebuild Britain and vow to do "everything necessary" to prevent a no-deal exit from the European Union.
In his speech Jeremy Corbyn repeated his plan to call a vote of no-confidence in the Government and lead a caretaker administration to stop a no deal Brexit.
He also says he wants to see a second Brexit vote, with remain an option.
Mr Corbyn said Brexit is the "framework" for many of the UK's problems, but warned issues run "much, much deeper".