Member of the British Conservative Party Anna Soubry (R) with Members outside Downing Street after talks with Prime Minister Teresa May in London, January 21, 2019 (Andy Rain / EPA-EFE / REX / Shotterstock ) With the chaotic departure of Britain from the European Union in just a few weeks, three prominent MPs suddenly resigned on Wednesday from Prime Minister Teresa May's conservative party, stating that the government had passed the control of the hard-line Brexiteers , which threaten the future of the country.
The three conservative members of parliament who resigned will now join a new "independent group" of lawmakers formed earlier this week by eight lawmakers who resigned from the Labor party.
The creation of a small but potentially powerful independent bloc of 11 – now composed of moderate on both sides – suggests that seismic forces are working in British politics. These forces were loosed by Brexit and the bitter disagreement about how and whether Europe would stay behind.
Jeremy Corbin's opposition center members claim their movement is too far on the left. When the eight resigned on Monday and Tuesday, the Labor criminals complained about the work of Corbin for Brexit and his inability to eliminate anti-Semitism in the party.
The three conservatives or tories who gave up on Wednesday accused their party of "failing" to confront the zealous Brexiteers, in particular the gathering of approximately 60 backbenchers known as the European Research Group or ERG who insist on a complete break from The ERG leaders, who failed to overthrow May, say they are ready to see the UK leave the trading block without a transitional period and without a trade deal, instead of retaining the closer ties Mae seeks with rules and regulations .
De Torri's mercenaries also complained of the superior strength of the Democratic Trade Union Party of Northern Ireland or the DPP that supported the May minority government following its catastrophic performance in the 2017 extraordinary election. DUP – dominated by Protestant loyalists – rejects any compromise that would endanger the position of Northern Ireland in the United Kingdom.
Announcing their resignations, the three tories – Sara Wallace, Heidi Allen and Anna Subri – said in a statement the Prime Minister said, "We do not think we can stay in the party a government whose policies and priorities are so firmly in the hands of the ERG and the DUP. "
They write:" Brexit redefine the Conservative Party – undoing all efforts to modernize. There is a bleak inability to resist the ERG's solid line, working openly as a party in a party, with its leader, scourge, and politics. "
As she was about to fly to Brussels for a new round of Brexit talks, Mei said she was" saddened "by her decision to leave the party. "These are people who have been giving our service for many years, and I thank them for that," she said.
The prime minister also admitted the obvious that Brexit was painful and difficult. – Of course, UK membership in the EU. has long been a source of disagreement both in our party and in our country, "May said. "Ending this membership after four decades would never have been easy."
But Mae said she and the government would continue to perform Brexit, for which the country voted in a referendum in June 2016
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