LONDON - British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal faces a heavy defeat in parliament on Tuesday because she has so far secured no major changes from European Union. This was written by Deputy leader of Democratic Unionist Party, Nigel Dodds which props up May’s minority government and a leading figure in large eurosceptic faction of her Conservative party, Steve Baker in a Sunday Telegraph today.
He warned that the political situation is grim.
Meanwhile, party’s Brexit spokesman, Keir Starmer said opposition Labour Party should support staying in EU if there is a second referendum.
Starmer said the party would not be seeking to secure support in parliament for a second referendum on Tuesday.