The main opposition Labour Party agonised Tuesday over whether to back a second European Union membership referendum as it campaigns in a European Parliament election that is taking place in just over just three weeks.
The decision is a setback for campaigners who had hoped to use the European elections as a springboard for change.
But Mr. Watson denied "storming out" of the meeting, which was raised by Pippa Crerar, Daily Mail Political Editor, with the deputy leader stating that she had received an "inaccurate briefing" and that he had "politely asked" if the shadow cabinet was going to see the draft and was told "no".
Plaid Cymru leader Adam Price, whose party has called for a People's Vote, said that Labour had "managed a people's fudge".
That says the party will support a second referendum, but only if it can't have its preferred options of an improved Brexit divorce deal or a national election.
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It was sent to the First Minister, Mark Drakeford, and Mick Antoniw AM who represents Welsh Labour on the United Kingdom party's ruling body.
Their concerns come amid fears the Conservatives face heavy losses in the local elections on Thursday as voters vent their fury at the Government's failure to leave the European Union, as promised, on March 29.
A Labour source 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 took 22 per cent of the vote, while the Greens and Change UK both had 10 per cent each.
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May's de-facto deputy, David Lidington, said the meeting was "productive" and "positive".