After calling for a general election for two years, it is thought that the Labour leader would struggle to justify further votes against an early poll - particularly without the reason now being given, which is that Johnson could change the date of the election and have it take place after no deal.
If there is a general election before a referendum, he will say, "I will be arguing that our position going into that election should be totally clear - we must unambiguously and unequivocally back remain". The process of renegotiating the deal then putting it to a public vote during which Labour would campaign for Remain was deemed too complex or unworkable by critics.
But Mr Johnson later dismissed as a "load of nonsense" accusations that suspending Parliament is "anti-democratic", insisting it was necessary to prorogue before the Queen's Speech.
"If we did it we could win, whereas if we don't I fear we won't".More news: More than 100 Australian bushfires ‘omen’ of severe summer fire season
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.
"If you are a worker with a boss who makes you work extra hours with no pay, or forces you into a risky situation, you deserve a government that fights for you", Corbyn said.
On Thursday the Conservative party suffered another hit, after Johnson´s brother Jo Johnson, resigned his position as a minister and member of the Conservative Party.
Johnson said that he would "rather be dead in a ditch" than extend Brexit, and he said that the decision of leaving or not by October 31st should be a matter for the people.More news: Redskins now need Adrian Peterson after 'slap in the face' scratch
But Corbyn has consistently wanted to avoid alienating Labour supporting Brexiters.
Media outlets say on Monday there could be another attempt to call for early general elections, that in Johnson's agenda would take place on October 15th and could bring a new government to the House of Commons, that could vote to pass a no-deal Brexit law. "And I think that's unbelievable, that decent people who have devoted their entire lives to mainstream politics are being driven out by this culture of extremism and in some cases, anti-semitism.I have to be honest and the truth is that I have become ashamed of the Labour Party under Jeremy Corbyn".
The PM had already kicked off his unofficial election campaign with a visit to Yorkshire on Thursday, during which he re-announced his police recruitment drive.
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.More news: Britain urges North Korea to honour missile commitments after new tests
Tom Watson has sparked fury by calling for a second European Union referendum sooner than a protracted-established election.