Jeremy Corbyn will meet the EU's chief Brexit negotiator in Brussels next week in a move critics will see as an attempt to disrupt the talks.
The Labour leader has demanded an extended meeting with Michel Barnier as he attempts to put the Opposition's view on the talks.
There is speculation that Mr Corbyn, who requested the encounter, is trying to harm Theresa May by disrupting the talks.
Mr Corbyn said he would use his 'extended meeting' with Mr Barnier to set out a rival vision of the future relationship.
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He said that the payments should be increased by other members in order to “make up for the years lost”.
It was not clear how Mr Corbyn could square Norway's membership of the EU single market with Labour's commitment to quit the trading zone.
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