Resigns the electoral advisor of Corbyn in the middle of a labour crisis

Government and labour level in the Parliament the way to the BrexitLos labour guarantee the rights of the community at Large BretañaSiete labour left the party

Resigns the electoral advisor of Corbyn in the middle of a labour crisis
Government and labour level in the Parliament the way to the BrexitLos labour guarantee the rights of the community at Large BretañaSiete labour left the party for opposing the project of Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn "is unable to win elections". So I think Andy Fisher, who has announced he will leave his post as electoral advisor in the midst of the attempts of the leading labour to close the gap that has opened up in the party, largely on account of the Brexit, but contrary to their intentions each time seems to get any bigger.

The warmth Corbyn with regard to your position on the exit of the Uk from the European Union pulls crazy up to his intimates. It is the case of Fisher, who in a document that is too hard has been quoted by the newspaper "the Sunday Times", also points out that Corbyn "has surrounded himself with a team without professionalism, without competition and without human decency".

This resignation occurs in the midst of the annual congress of the party in Brighton, south of England, which began last Saturday and will be closed on Wednesday, with a speech of a politician, as expected by some and irrelevant to others, who suggest that it will be just one more in his endless list of contradictions.

it Is estimated that the event shall be disposed of with the assistance of more than 13,000 , which, for the leader could present an ideal opportunity to appease the warmed spirits and clarify once and your posture.

however, in the first two days have already become more than clear the strong internal divisions that traverses the formation and the congress is more of a field of battle. Thus, the conference began with the attempt of Jon Lansman eliminate the position of "number two" in the party, occupied by Tom Watson, with a motion presented to the National Executive Committee, although Corbyn will put the brakes on the vote that would decide whether to remove or not to charge.

This, despite the fact that Watson and Corbyn are not exactly close friends and have had some arguments, because Watson is a supporter of that labour is standing as a block "propermanencia" in the EU and has even been shown to favor a second referendum. Watson described the motion against your charge attack "sectarian", an idea that was seconded by other important voices, such as former prime minister Tony Blair, who saw the attempt as an act "anti-democratic" and "politically dangerous".

In favor of a second referendum has shown itself willing also Corbyn, although in another sense. His last plan, published this week in the journal "The Guardian", would be to avoid an exit from the EU without an agreement and, after winning his party for early elections and gain the position of prime minister, to finally arrive to an agreement with Brussels on the Brexit that once accepted by the parties would be submitted to a popular consultation in which we would ask the people their prefer to leave or stay.

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Corbyn says that this vote would maintain a "neutral position". Position that apparently has always wanted to maintain, but, in short, has led him to move within the limits of an ambiguity excruciating that has caused the anger of both leaders as affiliate.

In fact, the latter have filed over 80 motions to request that in the final manifesto of the congress party branded as pro-european.

this scenario strikes a blow against the idea that Corbyn came to the conference: "Our conference will be fully united to defeat this conservative government".

The opposition british could have been caught in the saying that in troubled water, gain of fishermen, but in the uprising waters of the british policy is currently the only one who seems to keep winning is Boris Johnson, because, according to the latest survey by the portal YouGov for "The Times" the intention of voting for the conservatives would be in a 33% while that for labour it would be of 22%.

Updated Date: 23 September 2019, 22:01

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