The UK Liberal Democrats will support a possible no-confidence vote in Prime Minister Theresa May's government if the motion is proposed by the opposition Labour Party, Liberal Democrats leader Vince Cable said on Tuesday, the day the UK parliament is voting on the draft Brexit deal.
"Mr. Corbyn is going to go for a no-confidence vote. We will support no-confidence. Maybe there will be a general election, probably not," Cable told the Sky News broadcaster.
According to Cable, the motion is likely to be brought not on the day of the vote, but on Monday, when May is set to present alternative Brexit proposals in the event the existing deal fails to pass.