Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage offered Prime Minister Boris Johnson an election pact on Wednesday but warned that unless there was a clean-break Brexit, the Conservatives would take a "real kicking" in any election and could not win a majority.
Britain is scheduled to leave the bloc October 31, although legislation passed last week by opposition MPs seeks to force the prime minister to ask Brussels for an extension to the Brexit process if no exit deal can be reached.
Half (50%) of those who voted for the Conservative party in 2017 would want the Tory leader to flout the law and refuse to ask the European Union for a Brexit deadline extension - only a third (34%) see it as more important for the leader of the nation to operate within the law.
"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", said its party chair James Cleverly.
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The left-wing rebel told Parliament, as he was chided by former colleagues for his comments, that: "I think it's absolutely incredible [Labour] lecturing anybody else about observing the rule of law... the leader of the opposition, the shadow chancellor, who have spent their entire time in politics defending all sorts of extremists and in some cases terrorists and antisemites". "A general election might well fail to solve this Brexit chaos".
Mr Corbyn recommitted to a second referendum on Brexit, which he said would include a "credible option to Leave" as well as Remain.
Speaking at Somerset House in central London, Mr Watson will say: 'The only way to break the Brexit deadlock once and for all is a public vote in a referendum.
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"Labour accepts the referendum result as the voice of the majority".
The Dudley North Member of Parliament, now sitting as an independent after he resigned the Labour whip in February over rising antisemitism in the party and Jeremy Corbyn's negative attitude towards the 2016 Brexit referendum, spoke out in an emergency debate on the rule of law Monday evening.
He claimed Johnson's government is not serious about trying to get a Brexit deal with the EU. But opposition parties say they won't support an election until Britain has secured a delay to the Brexit date, to ensure the country does not crash out of the bloc without a deal.
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He also accused the PM of cosying up to President Donald Trump to get a "one-sided" trade deal with the USA which would damage employment rights, the NHS and United Kingdom industry.
He'll say that a lot has modified because the 2016 referendum and exclusively a Folks's Vote can ship any certainty about what the citizens now need.
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