Sunday, 18 November, 2018

Theresa May urges Tory backbenchers to keep Jeremy Corbyn out of power

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He says it is conceivable that there is "no majority in parliament for any Brexit deal" and that in those circumstances they had to look at all options. "And so you keep your options open", he said.

Corbyn said it is clear that "this government is not capable of securing a deal to protect the economy, jobs and living standards", and that it "cannot secure a good deal for Britain".

"It does feel like the Government is in meltdown and the difficulty with that is that there are millions of families out there who need this deal to go through".

Jeremy Corbyn stopped short of calling for Mrs May to quit but said there was a "crisis in Government" after the resignation of Mr Johnson and Brexit Secretary David Davis.

He told BBC's Andrew Marr Show: "Should the Article 50 deal that the Prime Minister brings back be voted down or worse there's no deal, then that's a very serious situation and we're going to have to confront it when we get there and that Parliament must decide what happens next".

Labour seemed to have backtracked slightly on its talk of a second referendum recently.

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Labour sources have suggested the party would vote against the final Brexit deal unless it meets shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer's six tests on protection of jobs and rights.

The Labour frontbencher called for MPs to be given the chance to vote between Labour and the Government's customs plans.

Labour peer and former European Union commissioner Lord Mandelson said the party should explicitly commit to a second vote.

May categorically said she won't commit to a second vote "because the British people voted, made their choices and want their government to deliver..."

"A people's vote with the option to stay in the European Union, which is now profoundly in the economic interest".

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