Theresa May is expected to meet with her cabinet today to discuss ramping up plans for a no-deal Brexit, just hours after Leader Jeremy Corbyn threatened her with a no-confidence vote.
Last evening, Corbyn had tabled a motion of no confidence in May, saying she had led the UK into a “national crisis”.
No 10 has, however, dismissed the motion as “silly political games”. It added that the “stunt” will not be granted parliamentary time for debate,
Corbyn added that, by the week of 14 January, a month would have been wasted since the original 11 December vote was postponed, with “not a single word renegotiated and not a single reassurance given”.
“The deal is unchanged and is not going to change,” he said.