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Guardian reports HoC incoherence.
Keir Starmer: Labour will stop no-deal Brexit 'whatever it takes'
"Johnson must seek and accept an extension"; "if the prime minister succeeded in getting an agreement, Labour would demand it was put to the public in a referendum."; "it appeared any agreement would be 'even worse' than Theresa May's rejected deal."

Support grows for a new Brexit poll amid fears over Johnson's plan
"less frictionless access to European markets than Theresa May's deal offered"; "A snap election will resolve nothing and could prolong the agony"; "parliament should pass all the necessary legislation to implement the deal so, if people vote again to Leave Brexit would happen immediately and require no further votes in parliament."

I did not see any MP commit to legally binding HoC to "second referendum" or "confirmatory vote" for or against any question.

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by Cat on Sun Oct 13th, 2019 at 01:41:36 AM EST
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