In the UK, Labour claim to want a general election, but despite the handling of Brexit, still the government coalition will not pass a no-confidence vote.
Could Labour not force the issue on Brexit, by saying they WILL vote FOR May's deal on Brexit TOMORROW, if the House of Commons votes it has confidence in the government TODAY.
In this case, the DUP (for example) would be left with a choice to support the government and the Brexit deal, or force a general election. Labour's position is quite strong in this because the Tory party cannot remove May in between the votes.
Is there any impediment to Labour doing this?