People's deputies who left the party should "step down and stand up for election," Jeremy Corbin said.
In a video on Twitter the Labor leader said that it was a "democratic matter" because they wanted to "abandon the policy that they were chosen for."
Eight former MPs formed a new independent group, which included three former conservative deputies
Another senior conservative, Dominique Grove, said that leaving the party if Brexit does not take place.
Former Attorney General told BBC Newsnight journalists that he was fond of the courage of the 11 members of the independent group and fully agreed with their support for the next EU referendum.
He said that he would not be able to remain in the Conservative Party if he "completely left the rails" and supported withdrawal from the EU without an agreed agreement.
Other people's deputies said they would consider their future if Mr Korbin did not listen to their concern about the culture of the party and will not affect them.
t were replaced, and the Labor movement "more than the sum of its parts."
"It is disappointing that some deputies left our party to sit with dissatisfied deputies of the Tory, but we can not return to the unfortunate case of the usual Politicians of the past," he said.
"These deputies now want to abandon the policy that they were elected to, so that a decent and democratic thing for them is the resignation and elective election."
Impulse, the working-class movement supported by Mr Corbin, is to hold " mass actions "in the constituencies of some of the former people's deputies to create support in the event of additional elections. Streatham, Stockport, and Penistone and Stocksbridge – The constituencies of Chuck Umunn, Ann Coffey and Angela Smith respectively – in the next few weeks.
Practical apology for anti-Semitism
The Labor Leader said that he would not change the direction in response to the course, but repeats that the fight against anti-Semitism is a priority for him.
He was accused of deputies, including Joan Ryan and Luciana Berger, who allowed to thrive in the culture of "anti-Jewish racism", and for his supporters to "abject" with impunity.
One of the senior teams, Mr Corbin, Barry Gardiner, apologized to the Jewish community in the House of Commons on Wednesday, stating that he "let them go," and the work "struggles" to become a party that we have always sought
Mr. Corbin said he admitted that the party should work to restore confidence between the Jewish community and convince people that the party was its "ally" in the fight against anti-Semitism.
It is absolutely clear that I consider the fight against anti-Semitism as an absolute priority, and we absolutely resolutely eradicate anti-Semitism from our party and our society.
"Labor is the only party with deep roots in the history of the fight against racism."
The party said it had suspended the application for membership of the left-wing gunfire, Derek Hatton, on Twitter's comments on Israel in 2012 in the "party, which can throw so much hat t
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Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt expressed his hope that they would be "welcomed" if the government could demonstrate that Britain remained an open country after Brexit.
Ms. Soubry insisted on the absence of a "return to the back", since the Tories of the nation, like her, lost their struggle for the heart and soul of the party. recorded "purple impulse".
And Mrs. Alain said that she could not imagine returning "because if we do our work, then there will be no party to return."
She also told ITV in Peston that "a third" of Tories deputies
Prime Minister Teresa May rejected declarations that the party had abandoned a central position in the quest for hard Brexit, promising to continue to propose "a decent , a moderate and patriotic policy that I believe in British people deserve. "
The Times reported that David Cameron, Mrs. May's predecessor, made an application to convince three – two of whom were selected on open primers – to stay.
Mr Cameron said on Twitter their decision, but did not agree with them.