Jeremy Corbyn indicates that he could launch a bid to reject this WEEK

& # 39; It will happen soon, do not worry & # 39 ;: Jeremy Corbyn indicates that he could launch a bid to expel this WEEK because he is demanding general elections to resolve the Brexit crisis

  • Jeremy Corbyn hints this week on a vote of no confidence in the government
  • Theresa May is on track for a humiliating Commons defeat about her Brexit deal
  • Remaining rebels plan to rid the government of control over Commons business
  • No10 fears that the move can mean that it is impossible for the government to continue

James Tapsfield, political editor, for Mailonline

Labor could get a vote of confidence this week if Theresa May's Brexit deal is defeated this week, Jeremy Corbyn announced today.

Mr. Corbyn made it clear that the party is keen to try to force the Prime Minister and hold general elections.

He suggested that the Brexit date should be postponed if he succeeds, but repeatedly refused to be attracted by the question of whether Labor would campaign in a manifesto to withdraw the UK from the EU.

He also refused to say whether he would support a second referendum, as demanded by dozens of his own MPs.

When in an interview on the BBC's Andrew Marr show in an interview was asked whether there would immediately be a vote of no confidence if, as expected, Mrs. May's package was rejected by the Commons on Tuesday, Mr Corbyn replied: " It will happen quickly, do not worry. & # 39;

Despite desperate redundant pleas, Mrs. May is still faced with a massive defeat in the Brexit crunch crunch with hardline Remainers and Brexiteers who mobilize in an effort to thwart her plans.

Pro-EU rebels would have a & # 39; coup & # 39; against the government to give Parliament control over the negotiations with the EU and to exclude a departure without an appointment.

On the Andrew Marr show of the BBC today, Jeremy Corbyn made it clear that the party is keen to try to force the Prime Minister and hold a general election

On the Andrew Marr show of the BBC today, Jeremy Corbyn made it clear that the party is keen to try to force the Prime Minister and hold a general election

Mr Corbyn has so far opposed the pressure of his own ranks to force a vote of confidence. Allies emphasize that it does not make sense for the government to win.

But there are increasing signs that he is ready to take advantage of Ms. May's moment of maximum weakness.

In today's interview, Mr. Corbyn said: & # 39; The crucial point is Tuesday. And then, if this government can not control Parliament, it's time for a general election. & # 39;

He also defended Common Speaker John Bercow on allegations that he worked with Remainer MPs to frustrate the Brexit process.

I think he is a very good speaker, & # 39; said Corbyn.

Earlier today Secretary of Shadow, Rebecca Long-Bailey, said that the chance that Labor would submit a vote of no confidence in the government would dramatically increase if the Prime Minister's Brexit deal were to decline.

She told the Sophy Ridge on Sunday from Sky News: "Ultimately, the decision lies with Jeremy (Corbyn) and it's up to him to decide when we submit that no-confidence vote, but it's definitely a case of when, not as. & # 39;

But Labor MP John Mann underlined the splits that Mr. Corbyn encounters in his own party, and confirms that he will vote for Ms. May's deal.

Mr. Mann said that he expected some of his colleagues to support it, but added: "I would be surprised if it is something like enough to make this deal come through, but things like that. can change. & # 39;

Labor has revealed that Mr. Corbyn will unveil a new political broadcast of the party on Wednesday.

Theresa May (pictured today in the church in her Maidenhead constituency) faces a disastrous defeat on her Brexit deal this week

Theresa May (pictured today in the church in her Maidenhead constituency) faces a disastrous defeat on her Brexit deal this week

Theresa May (pictured today in the church in her Maidenhead constituency) faces a disastrous defeat on her Brexit deal this week

The party also announced that it is hiring opinion guards for the next election to test the policies and impact of campaigns in important marginal areas and that they have selected 100 candidates for the closest fighting seats.

Labor sources claimed that the most recent polling has shown that the country has moved economically to the left & # 39 ;.

One of them said: "Although the government has been held in bitter power struggle and chaos over their failed Brexit negotiations, the country's needs have been neglected. The austerity of Tory has made the majority of people worse, resulting in a cost-saving crisis and poverty line that has not occurred since the 1930s.

& # 39; Our election campaign strategy will provide a positive vision on how we will make the country better, one of honest and good public services, where we support each other. & # 39;

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