What does Labour want? UK opposition split over Brexit
The big UK party conferences, first Labour in Liverpool and then Birmingham for the Conservatives, are taking place to the tick-tock sound of Brexit. With six months to go, terms of divorce with the continent must be sealed before the end of the year if they're to be ratified in time. And yet, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn was over 45 minutes into his speech before he uttered the B-word. What does that say about the opposition leader's true position on Brexit?
Produced by Charles WENTE, Alessandro XENOS and Jimena MORALES-VELASCO.