Brexit deadlock and uncertainty have engulfed the UK's parliament, opening the door to the possibility of a second referendum or a general election.
If the latter happens, Britain's biggest opposition party, Labour, could be well-positioned to capitalise.
Its leader Jeremy Corbyn — who voted to remain in the European Union — was criticised for not campaigning with more conviction in 2016.
So, with Labour hoping to have a fresh stab at getting into power, what does Corbyn really think about the EU?
Euronews' Darren McCaffrey spoke to the left-leaning leader on the sidelines of the Party of European Socialists congress in Lisbon.
Take a look at what Corbyn has to say in the video player above.