UK MPs to introduce legislation to stop 'no-deal' Brexit

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"Might the answer be because actually he doesn't have a strategy for Brexit, he doesn't have a plan for Brexit?"

British education minister Gavin Williamson said on Monday it would be right to deselect any lawmaker from the ruling Conservative Party who votes against the government on Brexit.

"We know the prime minister is making progress with our European friends and allies in attempting to secure a deal, and I don't believe that people will want to erect a roadblock in his way", he told the BBC.

Opposition MPs - and a contingent from Johnson's Conservatives from Tuesday - will try to legislate this week to stop the possibility of no-deal.

The meeting, which is usually held on a Tuesday, was brought forward a day last minute, which increased speculation about the prospect of a general election being called within days if the Government loses the expected Commons vote on Tuesday.

Mr Farage accused the PM of no being committed to a No Deal Brexit and of trying to get a new deal with Brussels that is similar to Mrs May's deal, but with the Irish backstop condition removed.

"There are some huge problems with the Labour Party".

"But I think this should be a very short, simple exercise created to ensure we don't crash out without a deal".

He could then seek an election to break the deadlock.

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Former Prime Minister Tony Blair has warned that politicians are at a critical juncture.

Time is short for lawmakers to block a no-deal Brexit.

Mr Campbell spoke after a speech from Mr Blair in which his former boss called for Labour to oppose any moves for a general election until Brexit was resolved.

"But that is what they are apparently going to do tomorrow".

"I say, to show our friends in Brussels that we are untied in our objective, MPs should vote with the government against Corbyn's pointless delay".

"If they do (vote for a delay), they will plainly chop the legs out from under the United Kingdom position and make any further negotiation absolutely impossible", Johnson said in a statement in front of his Downing Street office.

He added: "There are no circumstances in which I will ask Brussels to delay" on Brexit.

"Obviously, if we are at the 31st of October, that will require an extension", he said.

"We are leaving on the 31st of October, no ifs, no buts".

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