While Theresa May continues to seek support among the “Tories” rebels and her government partner to try to find a solution to the situation. Stranded March 2019 calendar To Print, Labor left yesterday with a move that few expected. The main opposition party presented an amendment, which, if the president of the House of Commons accepts, will vote next Monday and asks to assess the idea of a second referendum. The amendment, which seeks to prevent the abrupt departure of the United Kingdom from the EU, also calls for support for an alternative plan to the British Prime Minister and that would have two basic pillars r in the customs union and a very close relationship with Brussels with the greatest possible access to the single market. A proposal that would eliminate the main stumbling block of the whole process, that of “safeguarding the Irish border”, which would no longer be necessary when the United Kingdom is aligned with European standards. But the most surprising is the part that includes the proposal to “legislate to call a referendum on an agreement or proposal supported by the majority of the House of Commons,” or what is the same “a popular vote.” Something that the British Government has ruled on several occasions (May said Monday that “would damage social cohesion and undermine the country’s democracy”) and idea that, surprisingly, because Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn himself did not share until yesterday.
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The political rival of May was blamed among the ranks of his party for the ambiguity he has had throughout the Brexit process. Above all, the warm responses he gave when they questioned him about whether or not he supported the decision to the people. Corbyn, who has no sympathy for the EU, has always dodged direct questions on these issues, apart from his ideas, because he knows that Labor is equally divided, or more, than its main political rival, with the Brexit .
Therefore, this new position has surprised, although March 2019 calendar To Print defense of this amendment has not liked everyone equally in his party. The Labor leader assures that his proposal “will allow the deputies to vote on several options to end the Brexit deadlock and avoid the chaos of a non-agreement”. But what critics criticize the most pro-European associations and the faction most prorreferéndum of his party is the second part of the speech. “The time has come for our alternative to be voted, keeping all options on the table, including a popular vote,” said a Corbyn, which opens the range of possibilities without specifically opting for the latter.