Labour's John Mann Sets Out The Two Choices MPs Now Face With Brexit
16 January 2019, 20:58
A Brexit-supporting Labour MP has laid out the two choices Parliament now faces: Leaving the EU with a deal or a second referendum.
John Mann told Iain Dale those options were the only ones that could command a majority in the House of Commons.
After winning by a majority of 19, the PM said she would speak with party leaders in a bid to break the Brexit deadlock.
Mr Mann, who represents the Leave constituency of Bassetlaw, appeared to suggest no-deal was not an option.
“It is quite clear that it will either be some kind of deal that gets through or a second referendum,” he told Iain Dale.