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Britons would now vote to stay in European Union, want new referendum

11 January 2019

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She added: "What concerns me about the People's Vote movement is that instead of spending their time trying to change people's minds, they spend their time smacking the Labour Party around the head, some of them".

The warning comes amid widespread expectations the Government is heading for defeat in next week's "meaningful vote" on the deal, with opposition from both pro-Leave and pro-Remain Tories.

Corbyn took the opportunity to criticise the prime minister, Theresa May, who was not in attendance.

"So I say to Theresa May: if you are so confident in your deal, call that election, and let the people decide".

"If the government can not pass its most important legislation, then there must be a general election at the earliest opportunity".

The British leader has warned that rejection of her plan would risk a chaotic exit from the European Union or not leaving at all.

"To break the deadlock, an election is not only the most practical option, it is also the most democratic option", Corbyn will say.

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However, the source pointed out manifesto policies would be decided by Labour's "internal party democracy".

The survey of over 25,000 voters was commissioned by the People's Vote campaign, which is spreading the idea of holding a second referendum on Brexit.

Preparations for leaving without a deal - the default scenario if Mrs May's agreement is rejected - have been ramped up, with government and businesses activating and testing contingency plans created to limit the expected disruption.

The group said that 201 constituency Labour parties are set to debate a motion calling for a stronger line against Brexit by the end of this month.

The visit has prompted speculation Mr Abe has been flown in to bolster worldwide support for the prime minister's Brexit agreement.

However, there is some confusion over just when Labour would table a confidence vote in the Conservative Government in a bid to get a general election, should, as people expect, the Prime Minister see her plan rejected.

"I don't think that was really the effort".

MPs will continue their debate on Mrs May's agreement on Thursday, prior to Tuesday's scheduled vote.

Britons would now vote to stay in European Union, want new referendum