REDDITCH'S MP has launched a scathing attack against the possibility of Jeremy Corbyn becoming Prime Minister during the Brexit crisis.

Rachel Maclean, responding to a vote of no confidence calls, said: “Under no circumstances would I vote against the Government in a vote of no confidence. I would never vote to allow Jeremy Corbyn to get anywhere near No.10.

“Those calling for a caretaker Prime Minister and other such nonsense are people, I believe, who are trying to stop Brexit via arcane Parliamentary mechanisms.

“If those same people who are now rallying against no deal had actually voted for the deal, then we wouldn’t be where we are today.

“If the EU will not negotiate, it will be them bringing us to the state of no deal, not the UK Government."

She added: “We must leave the European Union on October 31st, deal or no deal. 62 per cent of voters in Redditch voted for Brexit - we must now deliver this.”

It comes as Boris Johnson will head to Berlin and Paris this week to call for a new Brexit agreement, as Number 10 sought to play down a secret Whitehall no-deal dossier.

The Prime Minister is expected to tell Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron that Britain will leave the bloc on October 31 , despite leaked documents detailing the potentially dire “aftershocks” of a no-deal outcome.

Published by the Sunday Times, the “Operation Yellowhammer” documents warn that Britain will be hit with a three-month “meltdown” at its ports, a hard Irish border and shortages of food and medicine if the UK leaves without an agreement.

A senior Whitehall source told the paper: “This is not Project Fear, this is the most realistic assessment of what the public face with no deal. These are likely, basic, reasonable scenarios – not the worst case.”

According to the documents, petrol import tariffs would “inadvertently” lead to the closure of two oil refineries, while protests across the UK could “require significant amounts of police resources” in a no-deal scenario.

They also warn that Gibraltar could face delays of up to four hours at the border with Spain for “at least a few months”.

But a Number 10 source said: “This document is from when ministers were blocking what needed to be done to get ready to leave and the funds were not available.

“It has been deliberately leaked by a former minister in an attempt to influence discussions with EU leaders.

“Those obstructing preparation are no longer in Government, £2 billion of extra funding (has been) already made available, and Whitehall has been stood up to actually do the work through the daily ministerial meetings.

“The entire posture of Government has changed.”