Chances of second Brexit vote high: Labour

Peter Nicholls  Reuters Jeremy Corbyn has suggested he could table multiple no confidence motions in a bid to force a general election

Peter Nicholls Reuters Jeremy Corbyn has suggested he could table multiple no confidence motions in a bid to force a general election

I like many Labour MPs voted for Article 50, it was a very hard thing to do but I voted for it in good faith to allow the Article 50 window to open and for negotiations to take place to see what deal would come back.

The EU insists it will not renegotiate the withdrawal agreement.

Writing in The Mail on Sunday, leading Tory Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg said: "Even Mrs May's deal would be better than not leaving at all".

Sir Keir said: It seems inevitable to me that the government will have to apply for an extension of Article 50. However, before this possibility is contemplated at a time when MPs only appear able to agree on what they disagree, Mrs May needs to be listened to respectfully - she is still a Prime Minister who commands significant support with the electorate - before MPs bring forward a series of indicative votes on the main options which are left open to them.

Article 50 is the legal process by which the United Kingdom would quit the European Union and the leaving date is scheduled for 29 March this year.

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The prime minister is spending the weekend at her official country retreat at Chequers working on a statement to MPs on Monday setting out her approach following the overwhelming rejection of her Brexit deal by MPs.

Labour said that over the last two Budgets, Chancellor Philip Hammond had assigned £4.2 billion to no-deal preparations - money which could have been used to support public services.

Another more radical amendment drawn up by former attorney general Dominic Grieve would allow a motion by a minority of 300 MPs - from at least five parties and including 10 Tories - to be debated as the first item of Commons business the next day.

The International Trade Secretary angrily accused backbenchers of trying to "steal" Brexit from the British people who voted to leave the European Union in the 2016 referendum.

"It is time for Labour's alternative plan to take centre stage, while keeping all options on the table, including the option of a public vote".

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Responding to the Prime Minister, he said there should be "no more phoney talks".

Jeremy Corbyn is likely to refrain from making fresh moves towards backing a second referendum until after the government's Brexit plan B is voted on later this month, as he seeks to balance pressure from rival wings of his party.

But Mrs May will be keenly aware that whatever move she makes will alienate factions within her own party.

Asked whether the Prime Minister was considering changes to the 1998 Good Friday Agreement, the spokesman said: "No".

"It would be the height of irresponsibility and economic self-harm if Theresa May does not categorically rule out a no-deal Brexit today".

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