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

Ginger Lawrence | 11 September, 2019, 07:57

After 21 moderate members of the Conservative Party voted in favor of the law against the no-deal Brexit, the minister Johnson expelled them from the parliament, including Winton´s Churchill grandson, Nicholas Soames.

Voting against a general election offered by the sitting PM when Labour has been calling for one for months is not a good look.

The Tories slammed the proposal saying that holding a second referendum would delay a general election by at least a year.

In a bombshell intervention deepening Labour's civil struggle over Europe, the deputy chief will this present day narrate the 2016 vote modified into as soon as too lengthy ago to be official, and that a single-anxiety election would not fracture the Brexit impasse.

"My experience on the doorstep tells me most of those who've deserted us over our Brexit policy did so with deep regret and would greatly prefer to come back", he will add.

"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.

Mr Kinnock (pictured below) was joined by more than a dozen MPs including fellow Labour member Caroline Flint, former Tory cabinet minister Rory Stewart, independent Nick Boles and Liberal Democrat Norman Lamb at the launch of "MPs for a Deal" in Portcullis House.

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"To do so would put us against the majority will of the British people and on the side of certain corporate elites, who have always had the British people at the back of the queue". "What we've rejected is the Trumpian no-deal position of Boris Johnson".

It is not clear how Watson expects parliament as it is now constituted to make a definite decision on Brexit, when the set of MPs now sitting have only shown an ability to delay and block various routes - from leaving with Theresa May's deal to exiting without a deal.

"Only Boris Johnson and the Conservatives will deliver Brexit by 31 October, no ifs or buts, so we can move on and focus on the issues that matter to people - investing in the NHS, reducing violent crime and cutting the cost of living".

But Corbyn has consistently wanted to avoid alienating Labour supporting Brexiters. This speech does not reflect Labour policy in any way.

"I left the Labour Party to shine a spotlight on the disgrace it's become under his leadership because I regard myself as proper, decent, traditional Labour", Austin told MPs.

Joined by non-Labour representatives including Rory Stewart and Norman Lamb, "MPs For A Deal" argue that the "WAB", which MPs never got the chance to vote on, secured some of the concessions Labour had been campaigning for until recently and could gain a Commons majority.

These included continued customs union membership until the question of whether to leave could be settled at a general election; and closer alignment with the EU on workers' rights and environmental standards.