Labour MPs told to cancel September travel plans as Jeremy Corbyn prepares to table no confidence vote

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Labour MPs have been told to cancel all travel in early September in anticipation of Jeremy Corbyn tabling a motion of no confidence in the Government. 

The Telegraph has learned that Labour has suspended the process known as “slipping” for two weeks, which allows Labour MPs to be absent for votes, in order to maximise the chances of toppling Boris Johnson’s administration. 

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The move appears to confirm that Labour will attempt to bring down the Government within days of MPs returning from their summer holidays, in order to provide enough time to try and block a no-deal Brexit. 

Until now, Mr Corbyn has refused to say when he will table a no confidence motion, stating that the crunch moment will…

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Labour MPs told to cancel September travel plans as Jeremy Corbyn prepares to table no confidence vote

Labour MPs have been told to cancel all travel in early September in anticipation of Jeremy Corbyn tabling a motion of no confidence in the Government. The Telegraph has learned that Labour has suspended the process known as “slipping” for two weeks, which allows Labour MPs to be absent for votes, in order to maximise the chances of toppling Boris Johnson’s administration.

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