PM Johnson vows to get Brexit deal after losing election vote again

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn gives a speech at the TUC Congress in Brighton

Jeremy Corbyn at the TUC Congress in Brighton

Jeremy Corbyn, a Marxist who ploughed a lonely ideological furrow on the fringes of the Labour Party for 30 years, struts the political stage as if he owns it.

Opposition leaders have not supported the votes, which needed the backing of two-thirds of MPs, because they fear an election could be used to force through a no-deal Brexit.

Corbyn said a general election is coming, but the Labour Party won't let U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson "dictate the terms".

Speaking to BBC Radio 4's Today programme Mr Mann said "vast numbers of Labour voters are in danger of walking away" if the party positions itself as supporting remaining in the European Union in any upcoming General Election.

Speaking at Somerset House in central London, Mr Watson will say: 'The only way to break the Brexit deadlock once and for all is a public vote in a referendum.

"If you're a worker with a boss who makes you work extra hours for no pay or forces you into risky situations, you deserve a government that's on your side and ready to step in to support you", he said.

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Shortly before the Commons rose for five weeks - meaning MPs return with just 17 days to the Brexit deadline - they voted 293 to 46 in favour of a snap election, falling short of the required super-majority.

"And clean up the mess left by the Tories".

While Sir Keir is careful to back Mr Corbyn, Mr Watson's demand will be seen by his critics in the party and Corbyn allies as a challenge to the Labour leader's authority.

Tom Watson is set to make a dramatic intervention in a speech on Wednesday that will shake up Labour's internal debate over its Brexit policy. "Elections should never be single issue campaigns".

"He's trying to trash them all", he will add.

"But there at some point comes a position - and we are quite much earlier it now, effectively into the fourth year given that the referendum - when situations are so modified, when so a great deal new info has emerged that we failed to have in 2016, when so many people today experience otherwise to how they felt then, that you have to say, no, that a long time-aged plebiscite is no for a longer period a valid basis on which to acquire these types of a momentous conclusion about the potential of the United Kingdom".

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"This latest trick would mean delaying Brexit again for up to a year, handing over £250m a week to Brussels for no objective".

Labour's unhelpful insistence on rerunning the referendum may be an obsolete policy by election time.

"Anybody who says it's all - this stuff about it being anti-democratic - I mean donnez-moi un break - what a load of nonsense", the Prime Minister said on a visit to a primary school in London.

"Brexit will of course be a crucial issue at this election".

Constituency parties meeting to discuss trigger ballots against serial saboteurs such as deputy leader Tom Watson must carry on even as we gear up for a looming battle with the Conservatives.

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