The UK is expected to take part in the May 23-26 European Union elections after it was granted a second Brexit delay earlier this month.
Some Tory MPs and ministers however remain deeply unhappy at the prospect of a deal with a left-wing Labour Party led by Mr Corbyn.
Labour pledged at its conference past year that it would back a second referendum only in the event that the country was heading for a no-deal Brexit or to prevent what it called a "damaging Tory (Conservative) Brexit".
Labour Party members have been taking the scissors to their membership cards and posting them to social media after the party leadership endorsed a pro-Brexit manifesto..
A new poll has put the Conservatives behind Labour, the Brexit party and Change UK as voters prepare for the European elections nearly three years since 2016's vote to quit the EU.
Almost three years after Britons voted to leave the European Union by 52 to 48 percent, the main parties, and the country, are deeply divided over Brexit, leaving it unclear when, and even if, Britain will leave the bloc.
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Mr Etheridge said the party planned to target traditional Labour areas in the run up to the poll, in a bid to attract voters unhappy at Labour MPs' widespread support for a second referendum.
The policy was decided in a five hour meeting of Labour's ruling body - the National Executive Committee. The UK prime minister bowed to pressure to set a deadline for ending talks with the Labour leader in seven days, according to a government source cited by the Independent.
A Labour source is reported to have said: "The NEC agreed the manifesto which will be fully in line with Labour's existing policy to support Labour's alternative plan and if we can't get the necessary changes to the government's deal, or a general election, to back the option of a public vote".
"Labour is the only party which represents both people who supported Leave and Remain", a party spokesman said.
The survey, which took place between April 30 and May 1, revealed an astonishing 94 percent of voters (6,692 people) answered "yes" when asked whether Mrs May should walk away from the Brexit negotiations with the Labour leader. "We are working to bring the country together after the chaos and crisis created by the Tories".