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Labor Party eyes vote of no confidence to remove PM Boris Johnson

Labor Party eyes vote of no confidence to remove PM Boris Johnson

Britain and the United States are discussing a partial trade accord that could take effect on November 1, the day after Britain is due to leave the European Union, a senior Trump administration official said on Tuesday.

Speaking in Cork this afternoon, the Tánaiste Simon Coveney said the two leaders have a lot to discuss - including Northern Ireland, bilateral relations and the UKs exit from the EU.

Johnson is also considering calling another general election and has refused to rule out waiting until after a no-deal Brexit on October 31 to do so.

Shadow justice secretary Richard Burgon was critical of the scale of the announcement.

"We are talking to all of the other parties in parliament and if we move for a vote of no confidence we want to do it with confidence that we can win it", Abbott said.

Mr Bolton said: "The main goal of the visit really is to convey President Trump's desire to see a successful exit from the European Union for the United Kingdom on October 31, to offer to be of help in any way that we can, and to express his hope we can have a fully comprehensive bilateral trade agreement with the United Kingdom as soon as possible". Rather than use the 14-day period that follows to try to form a government, the plan says politicians should use the time to try to legislate to compel the government to delay Brexit. USA and UK officials have been discussing foreign policy and trade, with the UK Prime Minister updating his United States counterparts on Brexit.

Just weeks after he succeeded Theresa May as British prime minister, Boris Johnson is already facing a possible vote of no confidence.

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In the case of a no-deal Brexit, Johnson hopes to pursue an extensive trade deal with the U.S.

They said they were "alarmed by the "Red Lines" you have drawn which, on the face of it appear to eliminate the chance of reaching agreement with the EU". So the objective is either one document or a series of agreements that would be comprehensive.

"A lot of Irish trade goes to Britain, and much of the rest comes through us to Europe".

The U.K. voted to leave the European Union in June 2016 with the referendum seen as a way for former Prime Minister David Cameron to appease the pro-Brexit wing of his Conservative Party, although he did not support Brexit himself.

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Mr Straw described Mr Bolton as "dangerously bellicose" and said he was a man who took the "very crude and vulgar view that might is right".