1. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jeremy Corbyn, British leader of the opposition:
"Very much so, we had a lot of discussions yesterday in Brussels and today I am meeting a number of Socialist leaders including Pedro Sanchez, the Prime Minister of Spain, to discuss our approach which is of a customs union and market access and above all protection of rights and of course protection of citizens rights, both in Britain and across Europe and the reception we've had has been very positive. Obviously there's a lot of negotiation to do but this is a far better course of action than the Prime Minister who is simply running down the clock between her deal and no deal leading us to the danger of what would be a very dangerous exit with no deal at all and the problems that would mean for the manufacturing industry."
2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jeremy Corbyn, British leader of the opposition:
"Well she is a British citizen (referring to Shamima Begum). She was born in Britain and she therefore ought to come back to Britain and be questioned, be questioned very intensively about what she did, what she knows, what she's up to and what security threats she thinks exist there and what security threats there are in Britain as well from ISIS-related groups. And I think the idea that you could strip somebody of their citizenship who was born in Britain is simply wrong. Bring her back in order to question her, in order to find out what she was up to, in order to find out what is going on."
The British leader of the opposition said that a UK teenager who ran away to join the Islamic State group as a minor should be allowed back home.
Speaking in Madrid on Friday, Jeremy Corbyn said Shamima Begum, who meanwhile has given birth to a baby boy, should return to Britain and be questioned.
Begum, whose citizenship has been revoked, is begging the British government to help bring her newborn son to Britain.
Her family wrote Friday to Home Secretary Sajid Javid, asking for his help in bringing her child to Britain, describing the baby boy was a "true innocent."
Begum was only 15 when she fled east London with two other friends to travel to Syria to marry IS fighters in 2015 at a time when the group's online recruitment programme lured many impressionable young people to its self-proclaimed caliphate.
Begum, now 19, resurfaced at a refugee camp in Syria and has told reporters she wanted to come home. Her apparent lack of remorse has triggered criticism, and Javid has revoked her citizenship.
Corbyn also commented on Brexit saying that discussions held with European Union leaders on Thursday had been very positive.
He said he would continue to push for a customs union and market access and stressed the importance of defending citizens rights both in Britain and across Europe.