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

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

The 59-year-old, who announced on Sunday he would be standing down from the Commons after 18 years representing Bassetlaw, said: "That's not a good recipe for winning a General Election and in the North of England, Labour will pay a huge price".

The Tories slammed the proposal asserting that preserving a second referendum would delay a protracted-established election by at the least a year. "And in that election we will commit to a public vote with a credible option to leave (the EU) and the option to remain".

"And I can tell you this: We're ready for that election".

Britain's opposition Labour Party said on Tuesday if it won power it would create a Ministry of Employment Rights to deliver better wages, greater job security and give workers more of a say over how their workplaces are run.

Speaking in London on Wednesday, Mr Watson will say: "My experience on the doorstep tells me most of these who've deserted us more than our Brexit policy did so with deep regret and would enormously favor to occur back they just want us to acquire an unequivocal situation that whatsoever happens we are going to combat to stay, and to sound like we indicate it". We have something here which is the basic foundation of a perfectly pragmatic deal that we believe can command a majority in Parliament and also begin to reunite our deeply divided country, and even at this 11th hour we think there is time to do it'.

In his first public speech after the suspension of Parliament decreed by Johnson, Corbyn lashed out at the United Kingdom prime minister, who is seeking to leave the European Union (EU) without a deal.

He additionally repeated Labour's pledge to repeal the 2016 Commerce Union Act, and introduced that unions could have the proper to organise members in workplaces in addition to having further safety for union representatives dealing with unfair dismissal.

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"Only Boris Johnson and the Conservatives will produce Brexit by 31 October, no ifs or buts, so we can go on and aim on the difficulties that issue to people today - investing in the NHS, reducing violent crime and chopping the expense of living". This speech does not reflect Labour policy in any way.

But we do not have the luxury of acclaiming or lamenting the Labour leadership's decisions from the sidelines.

"Labour is on the side of the people in the real battle against the born-to-rule establishment that Johnson represents".

It was not the first time, senior members of the Labour Party diverged on Brexit issues or changed their mind on how Britain should leave the bloc.

McDonnell suggested on Sunday the party would not seek to open lengthy negotiations with Brussels, but would be hoping to rubber-stamp something like Theresa May's deal, with the addition of the compromises Labour had secured during the cross-party talks earlier this year.

Tom Watson has sparked fury by calling for a second European Union referendum sooner than a protracted-established election.