LABOUR MP Kate Hoey has predicted that a General Election will backfire on her own party when the nation goes to the polls because the party has failed to honour the result of the 2016 Referendum.
“We’ve honourably said in our manifesto, we would honour the referendum result, but honouring the referendum result means sometimes you have to actually vote to get out. And, of course, that’s not what’s happened,” she told CNBC.
“I think the Labour party will find it very difficult to oppose a general election continually because parliament is in a kind of limbo. There’s no majority, and therefore nothing can get done,” added Hoey.