Eleven British politicians, who have joined new political party “The Independent group” for a photo, pose after a press conference in Westminster in London, Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2019.
A group of anti-British EU exit MPs are cleaved from their respective parties this week, British politics is rocked only when the country is aiming for its departure from the European Union in the next month.
Three Conservative party MPs, Anna Soubry, Heidi Allen, and Sarah Wollaston, on Wednesday joined eight centrist members of the left of the Labour party, announced the formation of the Independent group at the beginning of this week. The group of Labour MPs are traditionally aligned with the former Prime Minister Tony Blair’s centrist version of the Labour party, swept to power in 1997.
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The Labour members had cited the left-wing leader Jeremy Corbyn’s handling of the two Escape, and rising anti-Semitism within the party, since he came to power in the year 2015.
“In the last three years…the Labour party Jeremy Corbyn has been infected with the scourge of anti-Jewish racism,” a statement by MP Joan Ryan said. “This problem simply did not exist in the party, prior to his election as leader. No previous Labour leader, it would have been possible, this great disgrace of the party”.
The Tory MPs, meanwhile, said they were leaving because of a shift to the right of the party that they blame, in part, because of the influence of the European research group, a group of pro-British EU exit — Tory MPs.
“Brexit has the Conservative party defines the undoing of all efforts to modernise it,” a letter to Theresa May said. “There is a more troubling was the failure to counter the hard-line ERG is working as a party within a party with its own leader, whip, and policy.”
The new group is not yet a party, but the group of rebels sitting on the independent benches of the House of Commons on Wednesday. You are likely to face calls from angry Labour and Tory members their seats up to a challenge in the by-elections.
It is unclear what impact the new group will be on all of the upcoming General elections, which could come as early as this year. First, surveys have shown that the Independent group was able to command up to 14 percent of the votes from the electorate, the shadow of the liberal Democrats, traditionally the third party of British politics.
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How that would be translated into seats, would depend on where the votes were cast and how many of the Independent group of MPs were running. It could possibly lead to, to win that either a group of Independent members, office, or the division of the anti-British EU exit vote, and handing a lead to the largely pro-British to leave the EU Tories.
The Tory rebels announced their split just as the Prime Minister Theresa May is trying in Europe, to renegotiate her resignation agreement with E. U. leaders. E. U. leaders expressed skepticism about the potential for a re-negotiation, but in a joint statement on Wednesday, may and E. U. Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said that the talks were “constructive.”
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The deal was shot down by Parliament last month to negotiate a scramble for new to the business, or may be in the UK to extend the date for the departure before the UK is set to leave the Block without a deal by the end of March.
Brexit hardliners have said that no such offer is necessary, noting that the United Kingdom Remain again to the World Trade organization-trading conditions with the E. U., However, pro-MPs — including those who have called in the new Block — that is, the re for a delay or even a second Brexit referendum, to do this-the 2016 British EU vote exit.