Last night, the Government concluded a deal with Labour which saw its filibuster in the Lords stood-down and it is widely speculated that in exchange for the stand-down, Labour has offered to now back an early election, most likely to be held on October 15th.
Jeremy Corbyn was rounded on by much of the right wing press today after MPs tuned down Boris Johnson's motion for a General Election.
She said: "The prime minister that we have at the moment is playing some bully boy game, of some bully boy at a public school that I probably wouldn't understand any more than I understand parliamentary procedures".
Commons chaos: is no deal blocked?
Jeremy Corbyn said the Bill created to prevent a no-deal Brexit must be passed through the Lords and have received Royal Assent before his party would back a snap election.
Cardiff South and Penarth MP Stephen Doughty has said on Twitter that he doesn't want an election before November, whilst Tonia Antoniazzi, Labour MP for Gower, said: "We don't want a Boris Johnson general election".
Jeremy Corbyn refused to back an early general election.
On Tuesday night MPs wrested control of the House of Commons from the government and yesterday passed a bill in the Commons to delay the UK's exit from the European Union in the event no deal can be reached by October 31.
Fully 40 per cent of those polled said Boris Johnson would make the best Prime Minister, versus less than a fifth - just 18 per cent - who favoured the Labour leader.
He said: "He has demanded an election for two years while blocking Brexit".