"The SNP will work with others to make sure that we can find a way through this".
"This is something I don't think has really been focused on", the Leave Means Leave co-chairman said on his Sunday LBC Radio show.
And he hinted at his opposition to another referendum, saying: "My own view is that I'd rather get a negotiated deal now, if we can, to stop the danger of a no-deal exit".
After stepping down, he said he did not "believe" in the Prime Minister's strategy and warned the United Kingdom was "giving away too much and too easily" to the European Union in the negotiations.
The Labour leader said people should "see what happens" on Tuesday, when Mrs May's controversial Withdrawal Agreement is put to a vote in the Commons, but said his party would table a confidence motion "at a time of our choosing".
"Under any scenario, people are going to be poorer, people are going to lose their jobs".
One official said the refusal of European Union leaders at a December summit to give May a 2021 deadline for the end of talks on a future trade deal was grounded in a belief that she had yet to offer a compelling vision that could get through parliament.
"As politicians, we've got a responsibility to have a conversation with everybody that we now know that Brexit is going to be painful".
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Finally, at Acer, shipments dropped 18.3 percent to 3.861 million, while its market share fell to 5.6 percent form 6.6 percent. Third-place Dell grew its business 1.4 percent on 10.9 million units shipped, giving it 15.9 percent of the market.
Last week the government was defeated twice in the Commons on Brexit votes.
I think that what we are seeing is the house asserting itself in the face of its concerns about no deal.
Mr Corbyn also suggested he would extend Article 50 if a general election was called and he won the keys to Downing Street.
Danielle Haralambous, a United Kingdom analyst at the EIU, said: "Time is simply running out, and we're at a stage where Brexit can probably only happen in late March now in the unlikely event that parliament approves Mrs May's deal on 15 January, or if parliament supports leaving without a deal".
On Monday the debate on the meaningful vote on Mrs May's deal will resume for a fourth day.
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling insisted the Government has put forward a "sensible compromise deal" before denying troops were being sought to help with no-deal Brexit traffic plans.
The vote had been scheduled to take place in December but was called off at the last minute by the prime minister, who was facing nearly certain defeat.
Those opposed to the clause argue it could tie the United Kingdom into the EU's orbit indefinitely. However, with more than 100 Tory MPs opposing the deal, it is expected to be rejected.
He told Marr: "Clearly if Theresa May's deal is voted down, clearly if a general election takes place and a Labour government comes in - an election would take place February, March time - clearly there's only a few weeks between that and the leave date, there would have to be time for those negotiations".