Opponents of a new vote in the PLP are circulating a letter that will urge Labour's negotiating team to agree a Brexit deal without insisting on a referendum.
As much as Brexiteers are convinced of the contrary, the fact remains that Conservative Party is committed to leaving the European Union.
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As a Europhile movement grows in strength and resolve, the Remainers' cause no longer seems hopeless.
Farage needs Ukip voters to be told that the party has changed, but he can’t be the one to tell them.
Pro-Brexit parties are trumping anti-Brexit parties in the polls. The problem is that the Labour vote is mostly made up of Remainers.
The European elections are a contest that CUK can’t afford to miss, so its MPs have had to accelerate the party’s development.
The Tories are still best trusted with the economy, but Corbyn seems to be closing the gap on the preferred prime minister.
Great start, lads.
It’s wishful thinking to imagine that the UK can use no deal to escape the rigid sequencing of Article 50.