As the PM was branded a ‘dead woman walking’ the Labour leader said the party was ready “at any time” if another general election is called.
Theresa May was yesterday accused of “squatting” in Downing Street as Jeremy Corbyn vowed he was ready to move in.
The triumphant Labour leader said it is “quite possible” the hung Parliament chaos could force the country back to the polls – and next time he expected outright victory.
His confident statement came as Tory big beast Michael Heseltine warned his party it was offering Mr Corbyn a path to No10 unless it tackled its Brexit civil war.
Meanwhile, a poll put Labour ahead of the Tories for the first time in years and a separate survey found Mrs May and Mr Corbyn were now level among voters over who would be the best PM.
Vindicated Mr Corbyn yesterday vowed Labour was “ready any time” there was another general election.
He told the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show: “I think it’s quite possible there’ll be an election later this year or early next year, and that might be a good thing because we cannot go on with a period of great instability.