Last night, Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn called for "all options to be kept on the table", including a proposal for a House of Commons vote on a so-called second referendum.
UKIP Leader Gerard Batten said,
"By calling for a vote on a so-called second referendum, Mr Corbyn has crumbled in the face of pressure from Remainers in his party. What makes him think that the result of yet another referendum will be respected when the referendum of June 23rd, 2016 has not?
"His shift towards appeasing Remainers confirms that the leadership of every party in the House of Commons is committed to stopping Brexit - it is merely a question of which route they choose to take.
"The idea that there is Parliamentary paralysis is false - we are on course to achieve Brexit on March 29, but both wings of the political establishment are doing everything they can to cancel our exit from the European Union.
"UKIP is the only major party which backs leaving on WTO terms on March 29, 2019. If the people want Britain to leave, UKIP is the only choice at the ballot box."