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Labour politicians want to force a vote before Christmas
Labour politicians in the UK, the Prime Minister May put increasingly under pressure. You call for a vote on its EU-negotiated Brexit Deal before Christmas. May also with your predecessor, Blair, because this is advertising for a second Referendum. the

The opposition Labour party wants to do everything it can to achieve in the coming days of a Parliament decision on the Prime Minister, Theresa May, negotiated Brexit agreement. "We will use next week with all the means at our disposal to force the government to a vote before Christmas," said Labour's election campaign Manager, Andrew Gwynne and the BBC.

Nicola Sturgeon, Scotland's head of government (Scottish National Party) and said Brexit-defendant, said on Sky News, a motion of censure against the government would be able to have success. "We have a weak and unstable government, whose condition is worsening every day."

May is expected to speak on Monday in the lower house. Actually, the vote on the EU negotiated, on the island, but highly controversial exit agreement for the past week had been planned. May she had moved but, as defeat loomed. In the lower house, it is not a majority for Mays Brexit Deal.

Blair: a New Referendum would be "the opposite of anti-democratic"

May has ruled out a second Referendum on the EU membership of the United Kingdom. "The Parliament has a democratic duty to implement what the British people voted," she said on Sunday. The former Prime Minister Tony Blair of the Labour party accused the British media that, "our negotiations to undermine" by he do for a second Referendum.

Blair told the BBC that a second Referendum is the opposite of anti would be "democratic". Many important politicians in Mays conservative party would have understood this by now.

The British had voted in June 2016, with a narrow majority for withdrawal from the EU, to be at the end of March 2019 effective. The Sunday Times writes, Deputy head of government, David Lidington and the chief of staff Gavin Barwell prepared behind may's back for a second Referendum. Lidington, had met on Thursday, Labour members of Parliament to forge a "bipartisan coalition" for a new referendum.

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