Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has urged Labour politicians who oppose Brexit to sign up for the marketing campaign for a vote on the ultimate offer.
Mr Rennie will declare support is developing for a referendum on the terms of the UK’s departure from the European Union when he addresses the David Hume Institute in Edinburgh on Tuesday.
The Lib Dem chief will argue the case for one more ballot has received momentum in the wake of leaked British isles Federal government investigation, which exhibits economic expansion would be strike by Brexit.
He will use his speech to deliver a message to stay supporters inside of Labour as the party’s United kingdom chief visits Scotland.
Jeremy Corbyn has previously indicated he does not assist a second referendum, whilst shadow chancellor John McDonnell mentioned on Sunday it would be better to have a common election.
Labour has also faced strain to clarify its stance on the phrases of any Brexit offer, which includes its placement on the European single industry and customs union.
Mr Corbyn was criticised by other opposition events, which includes the SNP and the Lib Dems, for not attending cross-party talks on a drive to stay in the one market place.
When we appear back again at this time folks will be astonished at the leader of the opposition
Mr Rennie will say that a lot of in the Labour Party “feel really annoyed by Jeremy Corbyn’s strategy to Europe”.
He will say: “When we appear back again at this time individuals will be astonished at the chief of the opposition. Labour has a big obligation.
“It cannot stand by as we are made poorer, are much more divided, and are rejecting our neighbours.
He will incorporate: “My warning to Labour moderates is this. The individuals are running ahead of the people’s social gathering. Individuals want the closing say on Brexit.
“Jeremy Corbyn is not playing a lengthy game on Brexit. He does not have a masterplan to swing into action at the last minute.
“You will get to the final minute. You will examine your look at and he won’t be there but Brexit will be.
“It is time for pro-EU progressives in the Labour Party to communicate out.”
A spokesman for Scottish Labour said: “Labour supports a positions first Brexit which provides the British isles tariff-cost-free access to the one industry, by means of a bespoke offer.
“Mr Rennie’s phone would have more believability experienced his social gathering opposed relatively than enabled the austerity of the Tories for five many years.”