Even if May’s government is in disarray over Brexit but there is no majority in parliament for damaging the economy by leaving the EU without a deal, Labour finance chief John McDonnell said in a speech at Reuters in London on Wednesday.
Work and Pensions Minister Amber Rudd in a separate occasion said that Britain’s parliament will not support a ‘no-deal’ Brexit.
She also played down the prospect of a second referendum if lawmakers do not approve Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal.
What would this mean:
The Institute for Government says that the lack of a parliamentary majority for “no deal” would mean that the government could be sent back to renegotiate a better deal.