LONDON (Reuters) - The Labour Party said on Monday Prime Minister Theresa May had only offered a date for a new vote on her Brexit deal because it had threatened to call for a motion of no confidence in her.
“The prime minister has been forced to bring her botched deal back to Parliament under threat of a motion of no confidence in her,” a spokesman said.
“We will not let her cynically run down the clock to create the false choice between her botched deal and no deal. It is disgraceful that a month has been wasted. We were due to vote on 11 December and there can be no further attempts to dodge accountability to parliament.”
Reporting by Elizabeth Piper; editing by Guy Faulconbridge