UK Labour seeks to solve Brexit split, anti-Semitism row

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But the watered down motion, which will be subject to a vote by the whole conference on Tuesday, is sure to dishearten those hoping Labour would allow the public to reverse the "Leave" vote from the 2016 referendum.

Len McCluskey, leader of the Unite trade union, a powerful Labour ally, said British voters had made a decision to leave the EU and "for us now to enter some kind of campaign that opens up that issue again I think would be wrong".

A senior Labour source said: "After a number of hours of discussion and debate, the composite meeting has agreed a motion on Brexit that will be taken to the conference floor".

"Labour party members must now ask themselves how much they wish to remain loyal to Corbyn, how much they want to risk further tarnishing the party's already sullied reputation for fighting racism, and how much they want a Labour government".

Shadow chancellor John McDonnell told ITV's GMB programme today: 'My understanding is that what's been decided, and I've been arguing for this quite a bit, is a general election.

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To cheers he highlighted that people from across the United Kingdom were present, saying: "They are saying squarely to the leadership of the Labour Party "listen to us, hear us, give us a People's Vote".

But Unite chief Len McCluskey, a key supporter of Mr Corbyn, waded in to the row by insisting even if there is another national vote it should merely be between any package the government negotiates and no deal.

Labour politicians joined thousands of people who marched through Liverpool to urge the party to back a so-called People's Vote on the Brexit deal.

However, the exact wording of the motion to be voted on by party members will only be confirmed tomorrow,
with more than 100 constituency submissions being compiled into a text for debate last night.

But I'm not calling for a second referendum.

"If Jeremy Corbyn were to come out and support a second referendum, and they had a snap election next month, I think they would win", said Claire Hallett, 60, who was with her dog Desmond, draped in an European Union flag.

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The Labour party is to consider campaigning for a second Brexit vote if there's no general election.

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

"I think the time for vagueness is over", she said.

Mr Corbyn told the BBC's Andrew Marr show yesterday there would be a "clear vote" at conference on the referendum issue.

Labour MP David Lammy described the motion as "farcical".

Many activists believe that with Mrs May's plans in disarray following the rejection of her Chequers proposals by European Union leaders in Salzburg, the time is now right for Labour to throw its weight behind a fresh ballot.

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Antisemitism was found to have the biggest impact among not only potential Labour voters, but also those who may vote for them in the future. 'We very rarely have referendums in this country.

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