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Starmer told delegates at the party conference in Liverpool that Labour would vote down any deal struck by May.
Theresa May is surrounded by hopeless enemies. Starmer said Labour preferred the uncertainty to be settled in a general election "but if that's not possible, we must have other options Last March, Labour outlined six tests upon which it planned to assess any final Brexit deal, including the provision of a "strong and collaborative" future relationship with the EU, the delivery of the "exact same benefits" provided by the UK's current membership of the single market and customs union, and the "fair management of migration" in the interests of the British economy.
May's plan will not work. May's plan will not work On Sunday, in an article for the Britain's Sunday Express newspaper , May reiterated her opposition to a new Brexit referendum.
Calls for a second referendum have increased since May returned from an informal EU summit in Salzburg, Austria last week and admitted discussions were "at an impasse.
May struck a defiant tone during a Downing Street statement in which she called for the EU to "respect" the British position and the result of the June referendum.
She called on the EU to spell out its objections to her plan or come up with an alternative. The UK expects the same.
A good relationship at the end of this process depends on it," May said. As Britain hurtles towards March and the end of the Article 50 period, the chances of failing to get a deal with the European Union appear to be rising.
Mixed messages from the Government make it difficult to guess what happens next — but we can consult the bookies, many of whom have been offering odds on various Brexit scenarios.
That would mean some kind of unforeseen occurrence — Parliament pulling the brake, or a second referendum, or a delay in the exit process.
Most Brexit advocates would consider that a failure if it came to pass. This outcome is not just a pipe dream. What if Brexit goes through, but then the Government collapses, people change their minds and soon enough the new Prime Minister is knocking on the door in Brussels again looking to come back in?
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