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Tom Watson has piled the pressure on Jeremy Corbyn to work with the Liberal Democrats to prevent an 'undemocratic and disastrous' No Deal Brexit under Boris JohnsonTom Watson has piled the pressure on Jeremy Corbyn to work with the Liberal Democrats to prevent an 'undemocratic and disastrous' No Deal Brexit under Boris Johnson

Tom Watson piles pressure on Jeremy Corbyn to change his Brexit stance | Daily Mail Online

BBC’s Laura Kuenssberg was hissed at as she tried to question Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn during a Brexit debate, it has emerged.BBC’s Laura Kuenssberg was hissed at as she tried to question Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn during a Brexit debate, it has emerged.

BBC News: Laura Kuenssberg hissed at as she questioned Jeremy Corbyn in Brexit now | UK | News | Express.co.uk

“Jeremy Corbyn wants to cancel the referendum and argue about Brexit for years. I am committed to leading our country forward and getting Britain out of the EU by October 31st #LeaveOct31”

Boris Johnson on Twitter: "Jeremy Corbyn wants to cancel the referendum and argue about Brexit for years. I am committed to leading our country forward and getting Britain out of the EU by October 31st #LeaveOct31"

“Here's five ways to take on rogue landlords. https://t.co/mpc3Ds74UX”

Jeremy Corbyn on Twitter: "Here's five ways to take on rogue landlords.… "

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George Galloway on Twitter: "Tom Watson piles pressure on Jeremy Corbyn to change his Brexit stance | Daily Mail Online https://t.co/YlMDS0wx67"

“The current system of predicted grades gives the wealthy a leg up and penalises disadvantaged students and those from ethnic minority backgrounds. We'll overhaul university admissions so the system delivers social justice instead of reinforcing privilege. https://t.co/ln47uAJsAP”

Jeremy Corbyn on Twitter: "The current system of predicted grades gives the wealthy a leg up and penalises disadvantaged students and those from ethnic minority backgrounds. We'll overhaul university admissions so the system delivers social justice instead of reinforcing privilege. https://t.co/ln47uAJsAP"

Jeremy Corbyn must work with the Liberal Democrats to stop a no-deal Brexit, his deputy has warned. Tom Watson, speaking alongside Jo Swinson, the Liberal Democrat leader, at an event hosted by young campaigners for staying in the EU, said that party allegiances needed to be set aside to obstruct BoJeremy Corbyn must work with the Liberal Democrats to stop a no-deal Brexit, his deputy has warned. Tom Watson, speaking alongside Jo Swinson, the Liberal Democrat leader, at an event hosted by...

Tom Watson and Jo Swinson call for end of party allegiances to fight no-deal Brexit | News | The Times

With clear and inclusive class politics, the Left can unite the victims of Tory austerity and beat Boris Johnson at the polls.

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Editorial: Labour must stand for more democracy – not less | Morning Star

Bring it!Bring it!

We're heading for a general election and Jeremy Corbyn is ready to lead | The Canary

THE Tories are plotting a hiring spree as they ramp up preparations for a General Election. Conservative associations have fired out a slew of job adverts on Twitter as Boris Johnson gears up to ba…

Tories go on hiring spree as they ramp up preparations for General Election as after Brexit

Many opponents of a no-deal Brexit want to work together to prevent it, but some of Jeremy Corbyn's supporters see attempts to undermine him Many opponents of a no-deal Brexit want to work together to prevent it, but some of Jeremy Corbyn's supporters see attempts to undermine him

Backlash after Tom Watson says opposition parties should work together to stop 'no-deal' Brexit - Birmingham Live

Official site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and gossip, and political cartoons. Some members of the U.K.'s Labour party are nixing the idea of a second referendum and instead turning back to a familiar face to avoid a no-deal Brexit as the Oct. 31 deadline approaches, The Guardian reports. Stephen Kinnock, a Labour MP who heads a group of around 30 of fellow party members called Respect the Results, which, as its name implies, is opposed to a second referendum, said that he and his political allies are considering a "radical and dramatic intervention" in Parliament to prevent both no-deal and a second referendum, which has support from Labour. Kinnock reportedly estimates that dozens of his colleagues are ready to back the withdrawal agreement, originally negotiated between former Prime Minister Theresa May and the leaders of the 27 remaining European Union leaders in 2018 before it was defeated several times in Parliament. "It means a large number of us going to see [Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn] and trying as hard as we can possibly can telling him to make that big, bold offer, to face down the second referendum campaign and say there's no time for that," Kinnock said. "We've got get this deal over the line." Other Labour MPs have said they are at a point where they "will take whatever is on the table" because "a second referendum is so divisive and no deal is damaging." That means they would, presumably, be willing to support a backstop-less deal as orchestrated by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, as well. However, Kinnock maintains that "once it's clear there is no parliamentary or legislative route to preventing no deal" then the withdrawal agreement will prove to be the "only game in town." Read more at The Guardian. Tim O'Donnell

Dozens of Labour MPs are reportedly ready to back the Brexit withdrawal agreement

Some members of the U.K.'s Labour party are nixing the idea of a second referendum and instead turning back to a familiar face to avoid a no-deal Brexit as the Oct. 31 deadline approaches, The Guardian reports. Stephen Kinnock, a Labour MP who heads a group of around 30 of fellow party members called Respect the Results, which, as its name implies, is opposed to a second referendum, said that he and his political allies are considering a "radical and dramatic intervention" in Parliament to prevent both no-deal and a second referendum, which has support from Labour. Kinnock reportedly estimates that dozens of his colleagues are ready to back the withdrawal agreement, originally negotiated between former Prime Minister Theresa May and the leaders of the 27 remaining European Union leaders in 2018 before it was defeated several times in Parliament. "It means a large number of us going to see [Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn] and trying as hard as we can possibly can telling him to make that big, bold offer, to face down the second referendum campaign and say there's no time for that," Kinnock said. "We've got get this deal over the line." Other Labour MPs have said they are at a point where they "will take whatever is on the table" because "a second referendum is so divisive and no deal is damaging." That means they would, presumably, be willing to support a backstop-less deal as orchestrated by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, as well. However, Kinnock maintains that "once it's clear there is no parliamentary or legislative route to preventing no deal" then the withdrawal agreement will prove to be the "only game in town." Read more at The Guardian. Tim O'Donnell

Dozens of Labour MPs are reportedly ready to back the Brexit withdrawal agreement

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Tory MPs opposed to no-deal Brexit are accusing Jeremy Corbyn of undermining moves to defeat the Government in a no-confidence vote. A former minister told the Standard that potential rebels were being driven away by the Labour leader’s insistence that any success should pave the way for him to become Prime MinisterTory MPs opposed to no-deal Brexit are accusing Jeremy Corbyn of undermining moves to defeat the Government in a no-confidence vote. A former minister told the Standard that potential rebels were

Jeremy Corbyn undermining vote of no confidence to block no-deal, claim Tory rebels | London Evening Standard

Tom Watson, Labour's deputy leader, is urging Mr Corbyn to work with other parties to stop a no-deal Brexit.Tom Watson, Labour's deputy leader, is urging Mr Corbyn to work with other parties to stop a no-deal Brexit.

Jeremy Corbyn under renewed pressure to stop no-deal Brexit on 31 October | Politics News | Sky News

Labour will be "stronger together" if it works with the Liberal Democrats to stop a no-deal Brexit, Tom Watson has declared.Labour will be "stronger together" if it works with the Liberal Democrats to stop a no-deal Brexit, Tom Watson has declared.

Tom Watson tells Jeremy Corbyn he must work with Lib Dems to stop no-deal Brexit | PoliticsHome.com