In its latest raft of no-deal technical notices, the government said it was seeking discussions with the European Commission to allow the United Kingdom to become a "listed" third country.
Labour shadow Brexit secretary Keir Starmer gestures, during the Labour Party's annual conference at the Arena and Convention Centre, in Liverpool, England, Tuesday Sept. 25, 2018. But, in the likely chaos around a parliamentary defeat she could also face a leadership challenge, calls for a new national election, and even a second Brexit referendum.
The party will debate and vote on a motion to remain in the bloc on the table if a General Election can not be triggered by Labour.
With a show of hands, conference delegates voted on Tuesday (Wednesday NZT) to back a compromise motion leaving the option of a second Brexit referendum open, but not calling for it directly.
Many young members oppose it, carrying bags reading "Love Corbyn, Hate Brexit" at the gathering in Liverpool, while older, working-class Labour voters are in favour.
"We are uniting behind a position which will allow us to fight Tory Brexit, stand up for migrants and workers and bring down the government at the earliest possible opportunity", he said.
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A government-commissioned report last week recommended that in future, European Union and non-EU citizens follow the same immigration rules, with preference given to high-skilled workers.
Speaking to reporters on her way to NY to attend the United Nations General Assembly, May said she welcomed comments from European Council President Donald Tusk that the bloc still wanted to strike a deal, but added that the onus was still on the EU to break the deadlock on Chequers. But EU officials say that amounts to unacceptable "cherry-picking" of elements of membership in the bloc without accepting all of its costs and responsibilities.
"Keir Starmer's standing ovation on the conference floor is proof of how far this debate has shifted: it's clear that a final say for the people with the option to stay is the only way to genuinely try Labour's six tests". In addition to Labour lawmakers, many in her own party also disagree with her exit plans.
Article 50 can only be extended by the unanimous agreement of the 27 other member states, and at the request of the withdrawing state, which May has already said she is not prepared to do. After a meeting of her divided Cabinet on Monday, May's Downing St. office said hers is "the only plan on the table. and she remains confident of securing a deal with the European Union".
German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned that time is tight.
The motion reiterates Labour's position on Brexit: it wants full participation in the EU's single market and will reject a "no deal Brexit".