Prime Minister Theresa May is yet to win parliament’s approval for her deal.
And although Britain’s opposition Labour Party doesn’t want a second Brexit referendum, they say they’re being forced into its support by May, according to RAW.
This comes despite Labour MP Caroline Flint saying that as many as 70 members of the party still oppose the move.
And yet, Ms Flint represents an area of Britain that voted to leave the EU at the 2016 referendum.
Last efforts before deadline
Labour reported this week that they would back a second referendum in the attempt to prevent either a ‘no deal’ or May’s deal.
According to Labour’s finance spokesperson John McDonnell, Theresa May is running down the clock on negotiations with less than a month until Britain’s due date to leave on 29 March.
McDonnell told Sky News that Labour is still pushing for its alternative Brexit plan to be adopted despite May’s request.
‘If we can’t get that we will have to break the log jam by going back to the people. It is not what we want but it is what we have been forced into.’
The damage is already done
In case you’re sick of hearing about the tiffs unloading in the British government, you should know you’re not alone.
According to Fox News, almost one-third of UK businesses are planning to leave, or have already left, in order to avoid the potential damage, the no-deal divorce could be at the end of this month.
And even if the Prime Minister tries to pull a last-minute delay, it likely won’t be possible with the upcoming European elections taking place in May.
In which, we could see some historic changes be taking place.
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