The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has taken to the election trail in Harlow insisting his party's bid for a new Brexit deal inside six months is do-able.
Watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Matthew Hudson
Mr Corbyn said if elected he was confident Labour could sort out a new deal and hold a second referendum by June.
The policy could be a tough sell in towns like Harlow, which voted strongly for Leave. But with less than six weeks before the country heads to the polls, the race for our votes is hotting up.
- With a current Conservative majority of around 7,000 Harlow ranks 71st on Labour's hit list
Conservative Robert Halfon has also been campaigning in the town saying only the Tories could be trusted with the economy or Brexit.
While the Liberal Democrat Leader Jo Swinson has criticised the Labour Leader's plans for the economy, saying he would take the country back to the 1970s.