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Brexit: Labour threatens no confidence vote

Labour has said it will "inevitably" call a motion of no confidence in the government if Theresa May loses a Commons vote on her Brexit deal.Shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer told Sky News his party would seek to force a general election.Environment Secretary Michael Gove insisted Mrs May could still win the vote on 11 December despite dozens of her own MPs being against her EU deal.He told the BBC's Andrew Marr winning the vote would be "challenging".But although Mrs May's deal was not perfect, "we have got to recognise that if we don't vote for this, the alternatives are no deal or no Brexit". Corbyn will do BBC debate if head-to-head Another referendum 'may be PM's only option' Brexit: A really simple guide May's Google a ...