He also said that Brexiteers insisting that it would be OK to crash out on World Trade Organisation (WTO) terms were deluding themselves.
"If that is the case then the only way to prevent such a scenario is by affording the Irish people their say in the form of a border poll on Irish unity".
That backstop plan is an "insurance policy" in the Brexit deal that is meant to confirm that there will be no return to a visible border between Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic after Britain leaves the EU.
Corbyn said May had sent Britain hurtling toward the cliff edge of a sudden exit on March 29 with no transition period, and urged her to ditch her "red lines".
U.K. Treasury chief Philip Hammond - who falls into the latter category - said that during Britain's 2016 European Union membership referendum, voters had been promised "that they were voting for a more prosperous future" by choosing to leave the EU.
Citing unnamed sources, the Sky News had also reported on Thursday, Jan. 24th, that a no-deal Brexit could trigger a hit up to $800 million for the Ford. These could include changes to the so-called "Irish backstop" - which would keep Northern Ireland subject to some European Union rules after Brexit as part of the original Brexit proposal. That we should compromise. We do not believe in it.
"The United Kingdom would have a responsibility to abide by WTO rules and both the UK and Ireland would have responsibilities to honour the Good Friday Agreement and the peace process", he said. "And that's not something that we could accept".
Meanwhile, the date Britain leaves the European Union could be pushed back by a couple of weeks to give time for legislation to be approved by MPs, the leader of Britain's lower house of parliament Andrea Leadsom has said.
Mickleburgh, 38, gave up her job as a management consultant to care for her daughter, who must be monitored constantly to make sure her blood sugar levels are steady.
"I was delighted to read Airbus's comments this morning because it is telling it like it is".
If the amendment succeeds in a House of Commons vote on January 29, it is thought likely that the prime minister would offer it to Brussels as proof that changes to the backstop might be enough to secure parliamentary ratification of the Withdrawal Agreement reached in November.
While negotiations between Prime Minister May and other parties in the Parliament are underway in an effort to find common ground, a sharply divided legislature makes achieving consensus a hard task.
I think we would want to think carefully about it.