Jeremy Corbyn , leader of labor, has sought to remain neutral with respect to the Brexit, but the play is not going well. The only thing that has succeeded so far is to be left as a political warm and that, in a context where the clarity of the position matter more than ever, it is unpardonable. Many of their relatives have moved away and the followers demand that the party to rule as a pro-european. But there is a consequence, more a product of its vagueness: the rise of the party of the liberal democrats.
With the young scottish lady and a feminist Jo Swinson to the head, the party openly anti-Brexit seems to be moving in the political scale to which they have been always the leaders of the opposition. A survey by the portal YouGov for the newspaper "The Times" puts the intention to vote for Swinson in a 23%, while labour are on 21%. The conservatives remain the first, with a 32%. According to a survey from Opinium, the liberal democrats do not outnumber labour but they are very close: the survey gives a 17% first and 22% to the seconds, which are 15 points behind the conservatives, with 37%. In any case, labour has nearly half of the support which had a couple of years ago and the opinion about the party in general, and on Corbyn in particular does not cease worsening.unambiguously
Meanwhile, the delegates at the conference of the so-called Lib Dem agreed a few days ago at its conference in Bournemouth (south of England) to change the policy of the party to a stand, openly, anti-Brexit , which just needed to be reflected in the paper, because that is already your stance for a long time. In short, what they propose is that if the party win majority in next elections, is committed to overturning the result of the referendum in 2016 and revoke Article 50 . And this liked not only to their supporters, thirsting for positions transparent and unambiguous, but also many supporters of the permanence that no longer see the party of Corbyn a valid option to cast their vote. Not even the door to a second referendum that has been left open, the leader of 70 years has been able to attract the undecided. Maybe because the offer lacked precision: suggesting Corbyn is to win the elections, to reach an agreement with Brussels and once we have reached submitting it to a popular vote, which would also be the option of staying in the EU. His position, he said, would be "neutral". Nothing new under the sun. According to the survey from Opinium, 63% of respondents disapprove of the handling of the topic Brexit by Corbyn.
Jo Swinson, for his part, has always been critical, and clearly positioned against the divorce, and if I had a second consultation would be an advocate for more credible of the cause of the "Remain", be a sufficient basis for concern for labour, which do not already have in Boris Johnson his only stumbling block.Date Of Update: 26 September 2019, 05:01