June 17, 2024
Labour warned it faces ‘obliteration’ after admitting plot to ‘bring down' Boris on Brexit
Lloyd Russell-Moyle faced a backlash after arguing Labour may attempt to bring down the government.
Lloyd Russell-Moyle faced a backlash after arguing Labour may attempt to bring down the government.

THE LABOUR PARTY faces a fierce backlash after an MP argued they would bring down the Government over Brexit if Boris Johnson doesn’t agree to a second referendum.

Labour MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle explained the Labour Party is determined to have a second referendum on any deal brought to Parliament by Boris Johnson. While on BBC’s Newsnight he added that if the Prime Minister takes a no deal Brexit route and does not allow for a second referendum, then the Labour Party would consider bringing down the Government. Outraged viewers took to social media to attack the party’s position and mock the Labour’s future prospects in a general election.

Mr Russell-Moyle said: “If Boris Johnson comes with a deal then we have said very clearly that he needs to have the confidence of his convictions to put that back to the people.

“We will try and put mechanisms down to ensure that happens.

“If no deal is apparent then we will need to look at bringing the government down.

“We will then move to other stages.

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