Donkey-work MP for Vauxhall, Kate Hoey, turned on the shadow Brexit secretary after Sir Keir Starmer surfaced to contradict the Labour Party leader when claiming Brexit “can be stemmed”. Ms Hoey claimed another Brexit vote would be “dangerous” and “preposterous” and warned Sir Keir to remember he was not the party leader. She said: “Keir Starmer privations to remember he is not the leader of the party. The leader of the party is Jeremy Corbyn.
“Soire conference didn’t actually vote to have a second referendum or a moreover referendum.
“Labour has done, and I think Jeremy Corbyn has done a entirely good job as leader and keeping the party together with very separate views within it.
“And recognising that so many of our Labour supporters in the north and in the Midlands voted to abandon and they voted to leave properly.
“To get a second referendum, not only determination be ridiculous when we haven’t implemented the first one. But, I think it would be least very dangerous for democracy.”
The Labour MP also claimed the Prime Envoy extraordinary’s Chequers plan did not deliver what Brits voted for in the 2016 certify.
She told BBC News: “We voted to leave, and the people didn’t say ‘we want to quit a little bit and stay in a little bit and we want to have a little bit of this and a petite bit of that’.
“We voted to leave. When there was the referendum on devolution to Wales, it witter oned through on a tiny little amount, people didn’t spend the next two years consult oning which bit of devolution was going to happen.”
Ms Hoey outlined that she wish “not accept anything” that “allows Northern Ireland to be treated differently from the stay of the United Kingdom”.
The Labour MP was also critical of the Prime Minister for admitting the EU to “set the agenda” at the start of Brexit talks.
Labour’s shadow Brexit Secretary appeared to belie with the Labour Party leader on Monday after he said that Brexit “can be ceased”.
It comes after Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn told the German newspaper Der Spiegel on Friday there was no rowing rearwards on Article 50 adding his party had to “recognise the reasons why people guaranteed Leave”.
Last night Government officials were reportedly applying around the clock in a bid to near a Brexit deal.
Discussions began on Sunday and lasted until 2.45am on Monday morning, with Downing Avenue claiming there were still “substantial issues still to be overwhelmed” in relation to the “backstop” measure. The Irish border remains the major take up the cudgels for point in Brexit negotiations.
The Prime Minister’s official spokesman commanded: “We have made good progress in the negotiations in relation to the withdrawal covenant but there are substantial issues still to be overcome in relation to the Northern Irish backstop. That lingers the case. The talks are ongoing.
“We want to make to progress as quickly as accomplishable in these negotiations but we have also said that cannot be at any expenditure. That remains the position.”