"The real divide is between the many and the few".
Shadow justice secretary Richard Burgon acknowledged it was a "difficult road" that the party had chosen "but it's the right thing to do".
Theresa May is in secret discussions over a second Brexit referendum which would give the British public a three-way choice between her deal, no deal and staying in the European Union, according to reports.
Today, it has now been disclosed that another anti-Brexit party, Renew, were also involved in the talks which would have seen all four parties back an independent candidate in June's by-election.
"Other parties have been formed that think that is their only goal politically".
Committee chair Graham Brady said May's intention was "to have a further vote, probably a second reading of the withdrawal agreement bill before the European elections take place and hopefully in the much nearer future than that".
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At the party's manifesto launch on Thursday night, Sir Vince said they had a "very clear, simple, unambiguous, honest message". "People voted to leave the European Union three years ago and it's the fault of the Prime Minister and Parliament for not doing that". She has said she's going, so yes I am seriously considering standing'. "Somebody younger and more vulnerable".
Theresa May buys time and cross-party talks continue.
Meanwhile, talks on a compromise deal were continuing in Whitehall on Wednesday evening, with Labour insisting the government still needed to shift on its red lines.
A vote for UKIP or the Brexit Party in the European Parliament elections is a "wasted vote", according to the lead Conservative candidate in Wales.
"It would be a Donald Trump Brexit leaving us at the mercy of a reckless and bellicose USA administration", Corbyn told an invited audience in the suburban Medway region east of London.
Soubry: "People were told we wouldn't leave unless a deal had been done, that's what we were promised".