UK Conservatives retain large lead over Labour

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday (Sept 11) ruled out an electoral pact with Nigel Farage's Brexit Party, which had warned that the Conservatives would take a "real kicking" in an election if Brexit was not a clean break from the EU.

The inspirational policies Corbyn reminded us of at TUC will not be delivered by a parliamentary party half in hock to the very vested interests Labour plans to confront.

Opposition MPs said a law blocking a no-deal Brexit must be enforced first.

In the meantime, a senior Tory supply moved to unequivocally kill off hypothesis that an alliance may very well be agreed sooner or later as they launched a rare assault on Mr Farage and former Ukip donor Arron Banks.

"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.

"Things can not go on as they are".

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But the party leader hit back, saying an election should be the "priority" with a referendum taking place only once he is installed in No 10. But we won't allow Johnson to dictate the terms.

"We are ready for that election, we are ready to unleash the biggest people-powered campaign we've ever seen in this country and in this movement", he stated.

But Mr Corbyn has refused to say whether the party will back Remain or Leave in the event of a second referendum.

"During today's meeting, the Prime Minister confirmed his rejection of the Northern Ireland-only backstop and his commitment to securing a deal which works for the entire United Kingdom as well as our neighbours in the Republic of Ireland".

"A no-deal Brexit is really a Trump-deal Brexit", he said. Mr Austin stated: "This is the most hard selection I've at any time had to choose, but the reality is I'm ashamed of the Labour get together".

"We have defeated the Government six times, we are united around the idea there should be a referendum on any outcome this Government puts forward, and that we should have a referendum in our manifesto, and that remain should be one of the options in that referendum".

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Addressing a Creative Industries Federation conference in London, Tom Watson argued that a "Brexit election" "might at this moment seem inevitable, but that doesn't make it desirable".

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.

Despite the fact that the debate ended with no a vote and was not attended by the Primary Minister it was focusing on, the session experienced been identified as by Labour MPs alarmed at the possibility the Key Minister could uncover a way close to a regulation they experienced passed to ban a full Brexit, forcing the nation to hold off its withdrawal from the European Union when again.

The PM is expected on Tuesday to continue to campaign for the election he is yet to have any success in triggering.

As Speaker John Bercow - who earlier announced his resignation - was due to lead MPs in a procession to the House of Lords to mark the suspension, a group of angry opposition backbenchers tried to block his way.

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Bercow eventually rose from his seat, and was joined by Conservative MPs as they made the walk to the House of Lords. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said Mr Johnson was "only interested in shutting down Parliament to avoid any scrutiny".


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