U.K.’s Labour opposition party set to vote against Brexit deal

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Following a no-deal Brexit, the United Kingdom would no longer be part of the EU's single aviation market, which now covers flights to and from the European Union, and to other countries with which the European Union has a deal, such as the US and Canada.

"The question that would be asked was left open because we don't yet know the circumstance we're going to find ourselves in", Mr. Starmer told BBC television.

The motion's wording was agreed on Monday after five hours of intense talks and it disappointed many party members, who had hoped for a firm commitment to a second vote on a final Brexit deal, including the option to remain in the EU.

Shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer delivered his keynote speech on Brexit at the Labour Party conference on Tuesday and pleaded for Britain to have another Brexit referendum.

The Government says while the European Union may choose to continue to allow British coaches to carry passengers to the European Union this "cannot be guaranteed".

The Labour Remainer then cited a poll obtained by The Observer that found more than 100 Leave-backing constituencies would now vote to Remain in the EU. "That is what Labour members and supporters want and it is the direction in which Labour are now travelling", she said.

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The UK government said in a paper on aviation safety that functions now performed by the European Aviation Safety Agency would instead be performed by Britain's aviation regulator.

Many business chiefs and investors fear politics could scupper an agreement, thrusting the world's fifth largest economy into a "no-deal" Brexit that they say would spook financial markets and silt up the arteries of trade.

Starmer said May was on course to fail these tests.

Starmer also confirmed today that Labour is highly likely to vote against Theresa May's Brexit deal when it comes to parliament.

The Conservative Party's chairman, Brandon Lewis, accused Labour of breaking "their promises" and taking "us back to square one on Brexit".

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