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Labour MPs revive plans for "Kyle-Wilson" amendment for a "confirmatory" referendum, setting up a parliamentary showdown in October.
At Labour Conference in Brighton from the 21st-25th September members can vote to strengthen Labour's policy for a People's Vote, and campaign to remain in the EU. Our app is a great way for any Labour delegate to find out more, come together and back the call to give the public a vote on the final Brexit Deal.
Deputy Labour leader says alternative is for Labour to campaign at election ‘unambiguously’ to stay in EU.
Expelled Tory heavyweight Oliver Letwin has thrown his weight behind a fresh Brexit referendum and told Boris Johnson it is his best escape route from the crisis.
People’s vote behind initiative to endorse candidates who back a second vote on EU membership.
Antoinette Sandbach suggests Tories are 'turning into the Brexit party' - and that she might not return even if Boris Johnson wants her to.
The Labour leader also said he would campaign for a second EU referendum with the option of Remaining in the EU
More than half of farms will go bust if Boris Johnson forces through a no-deal Brexit, farmers are warning, as some join the campaign for a fresh referendum. / Farmers for a People’s Vote group is unveiled, as latest arm of the movement demanding a Final Say referendum.
Focusing only on constitutional battles risks playing into Downing Street’s ‘frame that MPs are frustrating rather than protecting democracy’, strategy note says.
People’s Vote campaign to mobilise activists and funds to help oust Tory Brexiteers and support pro-Final Say MPs.
Big trade unions having now agreed a joint policy of an EU referendum in all circumstances and Labour campaigning to stay in the EU.
The public would rather scrap Brexit or hold a second referendum than face a chaotic no-deal at Halloween if the new prime minister cannot strike a fresh agreement, a poll has found.
Chancellor is one of a number of ministers ready to ensure that MPs get a vote before the UK leaves the EU without an agreement
Shadow chancellor wants more openly pro-referendum and pro-remain approach. / John McDonnell has expressed renewed frustration at the slow pace of change on Labour’s Brexit policy, praising Jeremy Corbyn for seeking a consensus view, but warning: “We need to move now.”
Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party would be trounced by the Liberal Democrats in a general election unless it changes its Brexit stance, according to a new poll.
Survey finds almost two-thirds want public to have Final Say and 60 per cent want Labour to campaign for Remain – after party leader pledged to listen.
Campaigners demanding another Brexit referendum are to turn their focus to northern areas in a bid to put pressure on Jeremy Corbyn and step up efforts to secure a Final Say vote.
We are going on the offensive, with rallies in 15 towns and cities across the country, culminating with an enormous, historic march in London on October 12. Because it is now clear that this is a crisis that cannot be settled by a new prime minister or a deadlocked parliament. It can only be settled by us, the people.
Jeremy Corbyn has confirmed that Labour is calling for a public vote on any Brexit deal after months of heated debate within the party.
Labour urgently needs to start campaigning for a People's Vote. And this should happen quickly – before the next prime minister – elected by just 0.25% of the population – tries to inflict an extreme form of Brexit on all of us.
Grassroots consultation will be launched next month – with ‘overwhelming response in favour of a second referendum’ expected.
If any of the candidates genuinely cared about listening to and engaging with younger voices, they would commit to a vote on the final Brexit deal.
The only way to unlock the political impasse is to let the people be heard. / In March I had the honour of addressing a million-strong march of people demanding a Final Say on Brexit. Since then the country has been granted an extension to solve the current crisis.
12 October ‘march of our lives’ will be climax of The Independent and People's Vote campaign for a fresh referendum, with rallies across Britain this summer