Will Labour help support the EU withdrawl deal?

Will the cast a blanket rejection over it? Will they snuff it out, then try and leave Boris in a Zombie government, with no general election?

Is Corbyn a wet blanket?

Update:

I think Labour are going to block ANY deal, saying that they should win the election and implement their deal, or scrap BREXIT.

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  • 1 month ago
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    Yes, it's Labour that's holding up Brexit and the DUP aren't helping. If this deal doesn't go through we are in big trouble. Another extension is not acceptable. We voted to leave and that decision must be honoured.

    • FOXY Di
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      1 month agoReport

      Okay, I should have specified a 95% monochromatic society with ultra strict immigration policies with apprenticeships to train our own people for the jobs that foreigners now do. But let's face it, most third world immigrants are savages.

  • Who
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    WE voted to leave 3 1/2 YEARS ago

    Why the f//k should a vote held 3 1/2 years ago be "honoured"?

  • 1 month ago

    They won't willingly support anything the government wants. Much depends upon how many think they will lose their seats to the Brexit Party at the next election.

  • Biff
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    1 month ago

    If the agreement is sufficiently like the deal Labour negotiated with May, which provided for greater protection of workers' rights and the environment but was never presented because she was ousted, there are some Labour MPs from constituencies that strongly voted Leave who would probably support it. Stephen Kinnock would be one. But opposition party leaders and business leaders are claiming the agreement would be more harmful to the economy than May's deal and support is growing amongst Labour MPs for a final confirmatory referendum before a general election and they might push for that.

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  • 1 month ago

    Not if it’s a crap deal. Which it is.

  • Jack H
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    1 month ago

    The Tories have stopped calling it a deal, now it's an agreement, it's not a particularly good one either, Boris has folded too many times, it's a bit of a dogs breakfast and he's hoping to just bluster it through without sight of the legal details, an outline only to be presented...

    The DUP have just confirmed they are voting AGAINST the agreement...

    My guess would be that Boris loses yet another VOTE on Saturday, followed next week by a vote of no confidence which he either wins leaving him with a negative majority government and he again begs for a General Election, if he gets it, then Farage campaigns against everyone on the grounds that Bojo did not do a hard enough Brexit, then...

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    With an election in the offing, those Labour MPs who are in 'leave' constituencies are at risk of deselection or defeat if they don't support Brexit. Corbyn has no authority when it comes to the whip as his track record is apalling.

    • Biff
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      1 month agoReport

      Many Labour MPs seem intent on ignoring Corbyn by pushing for a final confirmatory referendum before a general election so they can proceed in accordance with whatever the will of the people is in 2019/20.

  • 1 month ago

    We don't know what the deal is yet, it could be shite for all we know or buckets of rose petals. No one accepts a deal blindly

    • only Remain would please Remoaners, the worst of them admit they openly hate the UK and out government - they want to replace it with Europe

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