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Jeremy Corbyn urged to back Remainer plot to block No Deal Brexit ahead of critical Commons vote

JEREMY Corbyn was urged to back a Remainer plot to block a No Deal ahead of a critical Commons vote.

Backbenchers lined up to demand the Labour leader order MPs to back an amendment from Margaret Beckett and Tory rebel Dominic Grieve that would cut off the Government’s money supply to stop a cliff edge exit.

Jeremy Corbyn was urged to back a Remainer plot to block No Deal Brexit ahead of a critical Commons vote

Tory sources said they feared Labour was preparing to back the move – after it cancelled MPs’ leave for this week. One Tory said: “We’ve been told we have to be around as Labour is on a three-line whip.”

Anti-Brexit Labour MP Ben Bradshaw urged his front bench to do “the right thing”.

He said: “We must do everything in our power to prevent a Conservative Government crashing us out of the EU without a deal or a mandate.” Ex

Tory Cabinet Minister Justine Greening is among those understood to be backing the move – tabled as an amendment to finance regulations.

But sources said they believed the size of any Tory rebellion would be limited by the current leadership battle. “No one’s going to rock the boat now, not least as they’ll be jobs on offer from whoever wins the race.

“But wait until September or October. The fight will be on then.”

Rebel peers in the Lords will pile pressure on the Government by launching a separate move to force Ministers to publish fresh evidence on the impact of a No Deal.

If a motion is passed in the Lords on Wednesday the Commons would be asked to set up new committees to study the economic fallout.

Tory Cabinet Minister Justine Greening is among those understood to be backing the move
Ex-Cabinet minister Justine Greening is among those understood to be backing the move[/caption]



  1. The moment they withdraw funding they will feel the backlash from the people. All these threats and defiance is firing up hatred of these politicians who should be representing the will of the people. The public are becoming more than angry. Time to get rid of these criminals in Parliament who do not represent the majority vote to leave. We must have this withdrawal from the EU come hell or high water it is what the people voted for.


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