LONDON – With the chaotic departure of Britain from the European Union in just a few weeks, three well-known lawmakers suddenly resigned on Wednesday by the conservative party of Prime Minister Teresa May , stating that the government has handed over the control of the violent line of Brexiteers, which endanger the future of the country.
The three conservative parliamentarians who resigned will join a new "independent group" of deputies, formed at the beginning of the week by eight lawmakers who resigned from the Labor Party.
Creating a small, but potentially powerful, independent bloc – now consisting of moderate on both sides – suggests that seismic forces work in British politics. These forces were dismayed by Brexit and the bitter disagreements over how and whether to leave Europe behind.
Members of the centrist opposition Labor Party Jeremy Corbin claim that their movement is far too far to the left. When Eight resigned on Monday and Tuesday, defector workers complained that Corbin was considering Brexit and his inability to eliminate anti-Semitism in the party. the inability to address the jealous Brexiteers, including a gathering of about 60 backbenchers known as the European Research Group, or ERG, who insist on a complete break from the European Union. Erg leaders who failed to dump May say they are ready to see Britain leave the trade block without a transition period and not have a trade deal, rather than retaining closer ties that May seek to comply with the rules and regulations.
The Torres persecutors also complained about the enormous strength of the Party of the Democratic Allies of Northern Ireland, or the DUP, which supports the minority government in May after its disastrous demonstration in the 2017 extraordinary elections. DUP – the dominant Protestant loyalists – rejects any compromise that threatens the position of Northern Ireland in the United Kingdom.
Announcing their resignations, three Tories – Sarah Wollaston, Heidi Allen and Anna Surry – said in a statement to Prime Minister, "We no longer feel that we can remain in the Government Party, whose policies and priorities are so firmly established. to ERG and DUP. "
They wrote: "Brexit redefined the conservative party by abolishing all efforts to modernize it. There is a gloomy inability to withstand the hard line of the ERG, which operates openly as a party in the party, with its own leader, whip and policy."
She is ready to throw over Brexit May, another round of talks in Brussels, said he was "upset" by his decision to leave the party. "These are people who have been giving our ministry for many years, and I thank them for it," she said.
Premiere- The minister also acknowledged that Brexit was painful and difficult. "Of course, a member Britain's membership in the EU has long been the source of disagreement in our party and in our country, "said May." The termination of membership after four decades has never been easy. "
But May said that she and the government will be pushing and publish Brexit, for which the country voted on a referendum in June 2016.