An analysis of the 2015 General Election results by The Telegraph has shown that around 58 seats in Labour's North and Midlands heartlands are under threat due to the Brexit effect in the upcoming snap election on June 8.
"European leaders are preparing for customs controls to be introduced from Brexit day in March 2019", he said.
The Labour leader also positioned himself against making cuts to corporation tax as mulled by the Conservative government.
"Technically it is the only possible solution", he told The Times.
He said: "We'll be reflecting on that over the coming days. They will lose dozens and dozens", he said.
"It's not a shoo-in".
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Sir, - Brexit was an anti-Tory vote, a vote against David Cameron, a vote against the status quo, a vote against powerful vested interests (including the corporate world for whom free trade is a necessity), a vote for a better life.
But analysts say that Chester, an increasingly affluent pocket of Labour's north-west heartland, is deeply vulnerable.
May is seeking to capitalise on her strong opinion poll ratings to increase her slim majority of 17 in the 650-seat House of Commons ahead of tough Brexit negotiations. Despite this, she had repeatedly said in the past that she would not seek a new election before 2020.
Corbyn's speech received a standing ovation from the invited audience of Labour members and was designed in part to motivate newer recruits in particular to campaign over the next seven weeks.
May has promised to stand up for "ordinary working families", but this provokes a snort of derision from many people here.
If May fails to win a big majority, her authority within the Conservative Party will be weakened. "They're cutting all my benefits", said Carla Futcher, a 26-year-old carer with four children.
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Notwithstanding the unpredictability of British politics nowadays, May's Conservative Party is expected to win the election handily.
But she is no fan of Corbyn - "no comment" - and other traditional Labour voters are also less than enthusiastic about their party. The economy is growing, unemployment is falling and employment is reaching record highs.
Most political observers believe Corbyn is fighting a losing battle, and will be forced to resign his leadership post after Labour gets clubbed.
Matheson joined a mass revolt against Corbyn previous year - but now insists he wants him to become prime minister, describing him as "decent and honest".
With Scottish Nationalists pressing for a second independence referendum, Martin said, "the mad, bad, and risky should be a particular target of a save Britain campaign".
"The Corbyn issue is sensitive".
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In the two years since the last election, the Conservative government has overseen a deepening crisis in the NHS, including strikes from doctors and threatened strikes from nurses, a crisis in social care, a worsening housing crisis propped up by short-term policies, industrial action on the trains, disappointing wage growth, poor productivity, and illegal levels of pollution. That position was echoed by Hammond, speaking in Washington, who said the government had solved the problem of pensioner poverty.