- Labour party angry that Theresa May and the tories refuse to compromise while demanding cooperation from Labour
- If the tories keep giving Labour nothing, the party may force a new referendum
Amid ongoing talks on Brexit and its eventual outcome, the UK Labour party said it is ready to sign a deal with the ruling Conservative party without the promise of a referendum, as negotiations heat up among major players in the British Parliament.
Theresa May refuses to compromise with Labour
The political debate surrounding the manner in which the UK should exit the European Union is still creating a lot of tension among major political parties in the United Kingdom, with each party, and many factions within those parties, sticking to their guns on what they think is best for the country.
The Labour party’s business secretary, Rebecca Long-Bailey, insists that their main goal and objective in the whole situation is to get a Brexit deal that will put the economy and the living standards of the people first, while also protecting the environment, workplace, health and safety standards of all its citizens.
The Labour party insists that the major talking point is reaching an agreement that favours the party’s agenda which they think is the best for the people. But if the government insists that it will not listen to them, then they have no choice but to play their last card, which is campaigning for a public vote.
The public is split even on whether or not to vote
Although the public opinion on public votes is still sketchy, with one half saying they have voted once and can’t waste their time to vote again, while the other half says they did not know what they voted for in the first place and will be glad if given a second chance.
Some politicians are aggressively in support of a referendum so that they can campaign to stay as members of the European Union. Politicians like Andrew Lewin, of the party campaign group, remind Labour of its belief that the upcoming European election is an avenue for people to vote for Labour candidates who have pledged to fight for the future of the UK, as members of the European Union.
In related news, 27 EU leaders met in Brussels on April 10, to decide on Brexit. The meeting as reported by Blockchain Reporter was made without the input of United Kingdom, as various leaders on the continent met to look at the way forward and how they will handle Brexit without the input of the UK, while they also decided on what to do in case the U.K. wants to strike a deal.