"The idea that we should prolong this agony I think is sheer madness".
Mr Davies, a leading Welsh Brexit campaigner in the run-up to the 2016 referendum, said: "Labour have got to make their minds up now".
"We've had endless stuff about how no deal will lead to Armageddon".
Johnson has no majority among MPs, opposition parties have come out against the deal and even his parliamentary ally, Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), says it can not support the terms.
European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker said he saw no reason for an extension if the current deal is rejected, insisting: "If we have a deal, we have a deal".
"We would rather leave with a clean break on October 31".
Jim Fitzpatrick, MP for Poplar and Limehouse, told talkRADIO that he thinks the MPs who regret not backing Theresa May's deal may come out for the one struck Johnson with the EU.
The movement, which is calling for a second referendum on Brexit, says the march "will deliver a message loud and clear to the Government and MPs that they should trust the people, not Boris Johnson, to solve the Brexit crisis".
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'My values - conventional Labour values - have remained the identical.
The pound had risen to five-month peaks on news of the deal.
The Labour leadership objects to the new deal because it paves the way for looser ties between Britain and the European Union than were previously envisaged.
"Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour party are fully committed to the support, defence and celebration of the Jewish community and continue to take robust action to root out antisemitism in the party and wider society".
"If Boris Johnson is so confident that this deal is a good one, what good reason could he have for refusing to disclose vital details from the House of Commons?" she said.
The same night a private meeting took place in a committee room in Parliament, chaired by private equity investor Alpesh Patel, who worked with ex-Labour PM Tony Blair on policies to bring the United Kingdom and India closer.
Under his leadership, Labor MPs opted to trigger Article 50 and set the two-year-old clock running on Brexit negotiations, but voted on 34 ******************************************************************************* deadlock, I remember how badly your delegation failed to take care of you.
Earlier today SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon claimed Labour would be secretly "happy" to see the new withdrawal agreement go through, tweeting that although they will officially oppose the deal, the party will give a "nod" to rebels to ensure the numbers will pass.
The Times urged lawmakers to back the agreement, while The Daily Telegraph said parliament "must not scupper this chance".