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On early Monday, the Guardian came out with a news report saying that the UK’s opposition party leader Jeremy Corbyn will not be able to get enough of his members of the parliaments (MPs) to back a Brexit deal without the promise of a second referendum, even if Theresa May makes a big offer on a customs union and workers’ rights this week, senior Labour figures believe.

The report further said that senior party sources said they believe two-thirds of Labour MPs, including several shadow cabinet ministers and many more frontbenchers, would refuse to back a deal without a people’s vote attached.

The British Prime Minister is trying hard to gain opposition support to get her Brexit deal through parliament this time. The news report also mentioned that Theresa May is preparing to make new proposals of a temporary customs union until the next election, matching EU employment rights in the future and alignment of single market regulations on goods.