Kate Hoey: 'Brexit has broken the two-party system'

Kate Hoey: 'Brexit has broken the two-party system'

May is under increasing pressure from MPs and activists in her Conservative party unhappy over Brexit, which was due to take place on March 29 but has been delayed twice.

"We have got the Brexit Party and UKIP suggesting people should vote for them when they don't have a single MP with which to deliver Brexit, which means they are baldly incapable of doing so".

Asked whether he supported Theresa May, he said he did "as long as she is prime minister".

She is immune from a leadership contest until December after surviving one a year ago.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will be in Kent today to launch his party's campaign for the European election.

May has been making efforts to push her beleaguered agreement or an alternative withdrawal deal through the British Parliament in a bid to prevent the United Kingdom from participating in the European Union elections.

Mrs May is set to meet senior figures from the powerful 1922 Committee of backbench Tories to discuss her departure plans.

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Party chiefs are relying on telephone canvassing and taxpayer-funded mailshots in a cut-price campaign boycotted by large sections of its membership angry at her refusal to leave the European Union...

"It is of concern to me that our party's leaflet has failed to include that we will leave the customs union and the single market to ensure we can have an independent trade policy". "If it were an issue about me and the way I vote, we would already have left the European Union".

He will reaffirm the party's pledge to offer voters a chance to have a say on a deal, saying: "But we can never accept the government's bad deal or a disastrous no deal".

The government has finally confirmed that the European elections can not be avoided.

Conservative and Labour figures have been engaged in negotiations in a bid to broker a cross-party compromise and get the agreement through parliament, after May's government suffered three crushing defeats on the deal in the House of Commons.

The EU has agreed to delay Brexit until October 31 to allow British politicians to try to agree a way to leave that minimises the impact of the split.

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