Labour’s Watson calls for new Brexit referendum before general election

In two Commons votes over the past week, Jeremy Corbyn has agreed with other opposition party leaders in Westminster to block the Prime Minister from holding a snap election.

He made the comment in a speech Tuesday.

He additionally warned the prime minister basic election "is coming", however not on his phrases, because the Labour chief successfully launched his marketing campaign for an election he's but to vote for.

It is not clear how Watson expects parliament as it is now constituted to make a definite decision on Brexit, when the set of MPs now sitting have only shown an ability to delay and block various routes - from leaving with Theresa May's deal to exiting without a deal.

Also came the confirmation that Amber Rudd, who quit Mr Johnson's Cabinet criticising him for failing to prioritise preventing no deal, would not run in her Hastings and Rye constituency at the next general election.

"If there is still a majority for Brexit, what do they have to fear?" he will add. Mr Johnson has dismissed calls for a referendum, although i understands that he asked for a briefing on the mechanics of how it might be held when he was Foreign Secretary.

In his speech, Corbyn accused Johnson of symbolizing the "born-to-rule establishment" and wealthy individuals who "hoard the prosperity and dodge their taxes".

He said there was "an increasing number of Conservative and ex-Conservative" MPs now ready to back a fresh referendum.

"There is no such thing as a good Brexit deal, which is why I believe we should advocate for remain".

He claimed Johnson's government is not serious about trying to get a Brexit deal with the EU.

"People know they will push for remain being best even against a so-called improved deal under Labour, but union leaders did not think they should be saying that out loud now".

"It's Boris Johnson's way out".

"Anybody who says it's all, this stuff about it being anti-democratic, I mean donnez-moi un break - what a load of nonsense", the Prime Minister said on a visit to a primary school in London.

"Only Boris Johnson and the Conservatives will deliver Brexit by 31 October, no ifs or buts, so we can move on and focus on the issues that matter to people", said its party chair James Cleverly. He says his preference is to leave with an agreement but will drive through a no-deal Brexit if that proves impossible. "And in that election we will commit to a public vote with a credible option to leave and the option to remain".

LIB DEMS - The party now favours a fresh referendum, but could switch to backing revocation of Article 50.

The permanent bureaucracy of the European Union seems keen to work with Britain's Remain-at-all-costs crowd to annul the referendum result.

BBC Newsnight political editor Nick Watt said he believed Mr Corbyn's aim was to "provide a home" for both Leave and Remain supporters at the next election but he could be forced to allow colleagues to campaign on both sides in the event of another referendum.