Labour MPs are anticipated to vote against the withdrawal deal when it returns to the Commons later this month, while Jeremy Corbyn has expressed some doubts about the decision, saying he could back a deal that guarantees a customs union and support for workers' rights.
"So I say to Theresa May: if you are so confident in your deal, call that election, and let the people decide".
She added: "Labour's policy is clear: to press for a general election if Parliament rejects the deal and if that fails to seek a People's Vote".More news: NWS expects winter storm to trend warmer
Britain's main opposition Labour Party backed a proposal on Tuesday (8 January) that could mean the government needs parliamentary approval for a no-deal Brexit, putting up a new hurdle for Prime Minister Theresa May, write William James and Elizabeth Piper.
"To break the deadlock, an election is not only the most practical option, it is also the most democratic option", Corbyn will say.
Responding to Mr Corbyn's expected comments, Labour MP Jo Stevens warned her leader of an "historic" election defeat if the party adopted a pro-Brexit position before a national poll.
In response to Corbyn, the chairman of May's Conservative Party said Labour did not have a plan for Brexit.More news: Chargers' Brandon Mebane to play after newborn daughter's death
According to the survey by a polling firm YouGov stated that if second referendum would be hold immediately then 46 percent would vote to remain and 39 percent would vote to leave the European Union, and the remaining other percent would not vote, or did not have knowledge, or would refused to display their respective answers to the questions. The Irish prime minister said Thursday his country had stepped up preparations for a no-deal scenario.
The survey showed that 41 percent though that the final decision over Brexit deal should be made by a new second referendum and 36 percent believed it should remain in the hands of parliament.
The visit has prompted speculation Mr Abe has been flown in to bolster worldwide support for the prime minister's Brexit agreement.More news: Kohli says Pandya's 'sexist' comments not reflective of team