Vote on UK Brexit delay marks last chance to stop disorderly exit: opposition leader
Tuesday, 3 September 2019 () The parliamentary vote to force an extension to Brexit represents the last chance to prevent a disorderly exit, the leader of the opposition Labour Party said on Tuesday, ahead of a crucial vote.
MPs have backed a second reading of a Brexit delay bill, which could trigger Boris Johnson to seek a general election. Opposition MPs and Tory rebels ensured the bill passed its first stage by 329 votes to 300. If it is passed in full, it will force the PM to ask for an extension to 31 October Brexit...
Jeremy Corbyn has repeatedly refused to clarify whether he would back Remain or Leave in a Brexit referendum he would call as prime minister. The Labour leader did not rule out remaining neutral in a..
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