Lidington says Brexit talks with Labour to continue, will not last months

Second Brexit referendum vote could happen, says Hammond

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Mr Corbett said: 'If Labour does not reconfirm its support for a confirmatory public vote on any Brexit deal in its manifesto it will haemorrhage votes.

Britain's Minister for the Cabinet Office David Lidington leaves the Houses of Parliament in London, Britain April 3, 2019.

May's authority has been shattered by her three-time failure to get an exit deal approved by parliament and a pledge to quit once Brexit is delivered, driving speculation about her successor and a possible national election.

A poll by Opinium covered in the Observer said that support for Tories had fallen to 29 percent, down six percentage points compared to a fortnight ago.

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On whether he believed the country would actually leave the European Union on Halloween, Mr Farage said, "If it's left to this appalling prime minister, if it's left to our politicians in Parliament, I know that this is not going to happen".

Fears are growing in the City after an exclusive poll for The Sunday Telegraph showed that the Labour leader is on course to sweep into No 10 if there is a general election as the popularity of the Tories collapses.

Labour's 20 MEPs, who are all Remainers, have urged Jeremy Corbyn to force all candidates to promise to back calls for a second referendum, party sources claimed.

"If we're going to reach an agreement on this there's going to need to be movement from both sides", he said.

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May has come under fire from MPs including former leader Iain Duncan Smith following her decision to agree an extension that would result in the United Kingdom taking part in European elections next month.

The research comes amid reports of a potential Conservative leadership bid from Boris Johnson - who is said to be willing to pick Amber Rudd as his Chancellor.

"This party is not here just to fight the European elections".

"What the prime minister has to do now is aim everything towards departure before the euros (European elections) which would then allow her to step away having done what she said she would do - get the United Kingdom out of the European Union one way or the other", he told Sky News.

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