Labour says preparing to vote down May's Brexit deal

Labour members will vote on a motion committing the party to keeping "all options on the table" on Brexit, including potentially campaigning for a new referendum.

"It's decision time and we need to nail our colours to the mast", Emily Wallace, chair of the Vauxhall Labour party, told AFP on the sidelines of the party conference in Liverpool.

But the exact wording of the motion to be put to a vote at the party's conference on Tuesday states only that "if we can not get a general election, Labour must support all options remaining on the table, including campaigning for a public vote".

Asked about marathon party talks on the issue, he said: 'We weren't ruling out options and no one was ruling out Remain'.

According to a YouGov survey of 1,054 Labour members, commissioned by the People's Vote campaign, 86% wanted a final, public say on the outcome of Brexit negotiations, against 8% who opposed it.

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In a statement, the MP for Tottenham said he was "happy" that the party was "moving towards a People's Vote", but urged campaigners to "turn up the noise" over the next few months in demanding a chance to overturn the historic referendum result.

"I tell you what: they are on borrowed time because a Labour government is coming".

In a bid to force an early election, Corbyn has said Labour would be prepared to vote down the prime minister's final Brexit deal when it is put to the Commons in November, if it did not meet a series of tests Labour has set out, specifically if it waters down workers' rights and environmental protections.

Mr McDonnell said: "The next leader of the Labour party has to be a woman".

Mr Starmer, who will give a speech at conference today outlining opposition to Theresa May's Brexit plan, struck a wider tone, telling the Independent: "The idea is to retain flexibility, the motion doesn't rule out Remain, it doesn't tie us to any position on what should be in any future vote".

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With the United Kingdom and the European Union at an impasse in divorce talks, many Labour members think the left-of-center party has the power and a duty to force a new referendum that could reverse Britain's decision to leave the 28-nation bloc.

But he has also claimed they are being forced out the party by supporters of Mr Corbyn - something denied by Mr Corbyn.

The key sentence said: "If we can not get a general election Labour must support all options remaining on the table, including campaigning for a public vote".

Since the 2016 referendum, Labour has stuck to a policy of "constructive ambiguity" in a bid to appeal to both "leave" and "remain" voters. "He will get a load of support from people who are not natural Labour voters", said Hallett, who runs a holiday cottage business in Wales and attended the rally with her dog Desmond dressed in an European Union flag.

'What comes out of conference I will adhere to.

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Labour backed the "remain" side during the 2016 referendum but Corbyn's support was lukewarm.

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