Kyle himself says that Labour could abstain to allow May's deal through but that may not persuade the doubters.
Labour's decision could damage her hopes of winning support for a revised deal in a vote she has promised by March 12, by attracting those who would have backed her agreement to avoid a no-deal exit but who prefer a second referendum.
But Tory assembly group pro-Brexit AM Mark Reckless said there was a Commons majority against such a move.
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Britain's opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn leaving home in London yesterdayy.
And he will say Labour is "committed to also putting forward or supporting an amendment in favour of a public vote to prevent a damaging Tory Brexit being forced on the country". Labour previously said it would support a referendum as a last resort if it could not secure a new general election or make changes to May's divorce deal.
But Corbyn was battered last week by the abrupt resignations of nine Labour lawmakers, who quit the party complaining about his poor handling of Brexit and his alleged inability to purge anti-semitism among the party's rank and file.
Corbyn said that only if Parliament - and the government - rejects Labour's vision for Brexit would he and his party rally around a second referendum in order to stop May's deal. The mechanism, known as the backstop, is a safeguard that would keep the United Kingdom in a customs union with the EU in order to remove the need for checks along the Irish border until a permanent new trading relationship is in place.
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May wants to revise the deal to reassure opponents from her Conservative Party, as well as from a Northern Ireland party that props up her minority government, the backstop would only apply temporarily.
The EU has been watching with growing alarm the possibility that Britain will crash out of the bloc without a deal, risking chaos on both sides of the Channel. The Bank of England has warned that the British economy could shrink by 8 per cent in the months after a disorderly Brexit.
Parliament is due to debate and vote on Wednesday on the next steps in Britain's tortuous departure from the European Union on Brexit, and lawmakers are expected to put down proposals, or amendments, including at least one that would demand that the exit deal is put to a public vote.
"I don't see how businesses can plan".
"I still have deep reservations about the idea of having another referendum".
May insists a deal in time is possible.
With the crisis going down to the wire, May is struggling to get the kind of changes from the European Union she says she needs to get her divorce deal through a divided parliament and smooth the country's biggest policy shift in more than 40 years. The Labour leadership would rather voters be presented with a choice between its own deal and remaining in the European Union, as it tries to strike a balance between pro- and anti-Brexit opinion amongst its supporters. "And I think that any extension of Article 50, in that sense, isn't addressing the issue". Prime Minister Theresa May, her government and most of her Conservative Party remain opposed to a do-over.
"Wake up. This is real".