UK's Labour says no election unless PM Johnson abides by law blocking no-deal Brexit
Saturday, 7 September 2019 () Britain's opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn said the Labour Party will not support a general election until Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he will adhere to new legislation blocking a no-deal British departure from the European Union on Oct. 31.
PM Boris Johnson has retreated from threats to break a law forcing him to seek a Brexit delay in October. Johnson would have broken the rule if he is unable to secure a deal. Downing Street sources had initially indicated they would "sabotage" the legislation or ignore it. The prime minister has now...
Following on from the Lib Dems conference, Labour and the Conservatives will be hosting their annual gathering. As EU lawmakers pass a law to let another extension happen if Britain asks for it, where..
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