It's official, Labour now back a second Brexit referendum


"This is an excuse for Tom Watson and the anti-Corbyn wing of the Parliamentary Labour Party to demand his removal from the party". May's government but said he disagreed with MPs urging changes to the legal text within her Brexit plan.

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Around 80 Tory MPs abstained on the vote, showing the PM is far from able to rely on the hardcore Eurosceptics in her party.

In the Labour party, many suspect that the leader of the party has stayed true to his Eurosceptic roots and, despite protestations, is keen for Brexit to happen over the (current) wishes of the vast majority of his party.

Ms Berger added: "Nothing will deter me from exposing anti-Semitism wherever it festers, including in the Labour Party where it is being wilfully ignored". I'm anxious that colleagues feel they want to go.

It remains the case that while in much of the Labour Party there is a strong demand to argue and campaign for another referendum, in order to try to stay in the European Union, the leader's office has significant doubts about that.

"And I'm going to do it, because I'm not going to allow half a million Labour Party members to be tainted by racism. This is a serious moment".

An amendment tabled by Labour's Yvette Cooper, created to pin the PM down by placing her promise in a motion approved by Parliament, was passed by a majority of 482 - with 20 Tory hardliners opposing it and scores of Conservatives abstaining.

"[The motion] is an expression of views", he said.

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Her outrage prompted a flurry of replies form social media users.

'Having monitored some of the things he's said in the last week, our general secretary decided that the pattern of behaviour over recent months was potentially bringing our party into disrepute, and so has suspended him from the party and there'll be an inquiry, ' he told the Today programme.

"Anti-Semitism complaints received since April 2018 relate to about 0.1% of our membership, but one anti-Semite in our party is one too many. Defend a colleague in the face of this outrage?"

If this is then voted down, MPs will vote again on whether they wish to delay Brexit for a "short period".

Conservative Nick Boles also believes his constituency party in Grantham and Stamford is.

"In the key votes ahead of us we must extend Article 50 to take a catastrophic no-deal off the table and use that time to put this decision back to the people to decide if they back the government's botched Brexit deal or staying in our current European Union deal".

Seven Labour MPs backed an amendment supported by the government calling for "alternative arrangements" to the backstop element of Mrs May's plan - which aims to avoid a hard border returning between Northern Ireland and Ireland.

McDonnell, the shadow chancellor, told ITV's Peston that Labour would put forward its own amendment in favour of a second referendum when May puts her Brexit deal to a vote in the House of Commons.

Kyle said he was now confident the Labour leadership would back his rewritten amendment, along with a number of Conservative MPs, meaning there was an increasing prospect it would succeed. "People are running out of patience".