Brexit without a deal will leave Britain at the mercy of US President Donald Trump, says Jeremy Corbin.
Writing in The Independent, the Labor leader blamed the prime minister for "admiration for Trump" because "
On Monday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he was" a little more optimistic "about reaching a new Brexit deal with the EU
Mr Corbin is due to meet with other party leaders on Tuesday to discuss his plans to prevent Brexit without a deal.
The Labor leader wants to call a no-confidence vote on Mr Johnson's government when Parliament returns after its summer break.
He hopes to take the the interim Prime Minister, to seek an extension until the date of the departure of the United Kingdom on 31
Asked at the end of the G7 meeting in France On the possibility for MEPs to thwart their plans to leave the EU at the end of October, Mr Johnson said: 'I think it is everyone's job in Parliament to do this thing.
"I think that's what people want, I also think, by the way, this is what our friends and partners across the Channel – they want it."
But Mr Corbin said he believed the outcome of the EU referendum had been abducted by those who wanted what he called "Bankers' Brexit."
He writes in The Independent: "The Tories go out with their begging cup to billionaire hedge funds to raise money for the fall general election.
"The chaos and insecurity created by the futile Brexit are a potential gold mine for speculators who bet against the lyre."
He added: "[No-deal Brexit] will not return sovereignty. It will put us at mercy. To Trump and the big American corporations who are dying to put their teeth in our NHS, sound the death collection for our steel industry and take away our food. standards and protections for animal welfare. "
The Labor leader also said that conservatives would seek to reduce workers 'power, undermine consumer protection, and also reduce bankers' tax bills and regulations that stop them from abusing their power.
He said he would "do whatever it takes" to prevent Brexit without a deal and would discuss all options with other party leaders to "stop this catastrophe without a deal in its tracks."
The SNP, Liberal Democrats, Change Britain, Plaid Cymru and the Green Party all accepted an invitation to meet with Mr Corbin and discuss his proposals.
Lib Dem leader Joe Swinson said Mr Corbin's proposals risk jeopardizing the potential vote of no confidence in the government.
In a letter to the Labor leader, she stated that his insistence on being a temporary leader meant that insufficient MPs could support the vote.
In response to a newspaper article by Mr Corbin, Conservative Party Chairman James Cleverly said: "The alternative to giving Brexit is Je Remy Corbin on Downing Street, the man who would destroy the economy, destroy our Union, crime and will not defend the UK.
"All of Corbin's proposals are chaos, delay and uncertainty."
He insists only Mr. Johnson and the Conservatives provide the leadership needed to deliver Brexit by October 31, "whatever the circumstances."