Revoking Article 50 is the only sensible course, says Sir John Major


"Doing so would be a catastrophic and unforgivable breach of trust in our democracy", May said.

Asked during an interview on BBC TV about the possibility of a second Brexit referendum, Corbyn said: "My own view is that I would rather get a negotiated deal now if we can to stop the danger of a no-deal exit from the European Union on 29 March which would be catastrophic for industry, catastrophic for trade".

Jeremy Corbyn has set his sights on taking over Brexit negotiations, confirming he will call a no confidence vote to trigger a general election "soon" if Theresa May's current deal is rejected in parliament.

Under the rebels' plan, reported in the Sunday Times, the government could lose control of parliamentary business, which could threaten Brexit legislation and its ability to govern.

My message to Parliament this weekend is simple: it is time to forget the games and do what is right for our country.

Sir John, who led the country between 1990 and 1997, said the Government allowing the United Kingdom to leave the European Union without a deal would be "morally reprehensible" because of the damage it will cause to the economy.

It was previously thought only ministers could put a halt to Britain leaving with no deal.

More news: Lady Gaga Sorry for R. Kelly Duet, Removes Song From Streaming Platforms
More news: Lebron James Will Miss Another Week Due To Groin Injury
More news: South Africa primary teacher accused of classroom apartheid

- The Prime Minister faced calls from a predecessor, Sir John Major, to revoke Article 50 to halt Brexit - as he warned it would be "morally reprehensible" to crash out without a deal.

'The benefits are close to zero.

MPs are due to vote on her withdrawal agreement on Tuesday night, but it is widely anticipated that it will be defeated, with backbench Brexiteers and the DUP vehemently opposed to both the Northern Irish backstop clause and the £39bn divorce bill. Every single household - rich or poor - would be worse off for many years to come.

"Jumping off a cliff has never had a happy ending".

He wrote: 'It's clear that if our government and parliament are incapable of finding a way out of this mess, it should be taken out of the hands of the politicians and returned to the British people to take back control'.

Conservative and opposition MPs have slammed a top minister for fear-mongering after he said derailing or stopping the government's Brexit plan would see a rise in far-right extremism.

In the event her exit deal is voted down, some Brexiters have argued for the United Kingdom to leave without a deal, but other MPs also object to the no deal Brexit - calling for either Article 50 to be extended or revoked, or a second referendum to allow the general public to decide the next move.