The Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn has called for the UK to remain part of the EU Internal Energy Market (IEM). Corbyn made the comments in a speech on Monday 26 February, where he set out how the UK could operate after Brexit. He noted that the UK’s low-carbon and renewable sectors were set to rapidly expand, but that this would require the UK to maintain its standards to ensure the barrier-free trading of low-carbon goods. This, Corbyn suggested, would include continued access to the IEM and remaining in agencies such as Euratom, as well as eco-design, energy labelling standards, and greenhouse gas emission standards for vehicles. He added: “[…] the importance of getting our Brexit settlement right is vital in this area both in terms of Britain’s industrial role in reducing climate change and in terms of protecting jobs and industry.”