British PM warns of "catastrophe" in last minute plea for Brexit deal
- Author: Jon Douglas Jan 14, 2019,
Jan 14, 2019, 1:13
Corbyn hinted that Article 50 may have to be extended if his party came into power.He told Marr: "Clearly if Theresa May's deal is voted down, clearly if a general election takes place and a Labour government comes in - an election would take place February, March time - clearly there's only a few weeks between that and the leave date, there would have to be time for those negotiations".
In the event her exit deal is voted down, some Brexiters have argued for the United Kingdom to leave without a deal, but other MPs also object to the no deal Brexit - calling for either Article 50 to be extended or revoked, or a second referendum to allow the general public to decide the next move.
"MPs need to remember that Britain, its people and its traditions are the mother of parliaments. We ignore that and the will of the people at our peril".
"No doubt the disagreements would have continued too, but the vast majority of people would have had no truck with an argument that we should leave the European Union in spite of a vote to remain or that we should return to the question in another referendum".
He said there would be a "different tone" in British politics if Britain failed to leave the European Union and predicted a "less tolerant society" and a "more nationalistic nation".
Soubry was harassed by high-vis vest-wearing pro-Brexit supporters during a BBC News interview outside Parliament on Monday.
"History shows us appeasement only emboldens the far right and impoverishing the country through Brexit will only increase resentment".
"This kind of scaremongering is not only unsafe, but it is embarrassing", wrote the Lib Dems Brexit spokesperson Tim Blake. "We will do everything we can to prevent a no-deal exit".
During an interview with BBC Radio 4's Today programme, Ms Rudd three times declined to say whether she would remain a member of the government if it opted for a no-deal Brexit.
Meanwhile, Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable said it would be "outrageous and unforgivable" if a no-deal Brexit was allowed to happen, adding: "I think Parliament will take control of this process, will insist that we pursue the option of no Brexit".
TNE columnist and Labour peer Andrew Adonis said: "When Chris Grayling can organise a lorry jam and a railway timetable, we'll take his advice on fixing a political system which he did more than nearly anyone to break".
"The prime minister's got to stop threatening parliament and indeed, threatening the whole of the United Kingdom, that it's a choice between her deal and no deal - that's not the case".
Billionaire businessman Peter Hargreaves, who pumped more than £3 million into the exit campaign, told Reuters: "I have totally given up".
The EU is waiting to see the outcome of Tuesday's vote - and the margin of the expected defeat - before considering its response, officials said, with some predicting that May will have to delay Brexit.
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They attributed a lack of direction from Brexiteers as one of the reasons for their pessimism.