Labour leader will be neutral at the new brexit vote

Corbyn will give the british voters a choice between remaining in the EU and to step out with a new brexit agreement. the Leader of the british labour party t

Labour leader will be neutral at the new brexit vote

Corbyn will give the british voters a choice between remaining in the EU and to step out with a new brexit agreement.

the Leader of the british labour party the Labour party, Jeremy Corbyn, said that he, personally, will be neutral at a new brexit vote.

the leader of the opposition has promised to print a new EU referendum if he becomes prime minister after elections next month.

- I will take a neutral position, so I reliably implement the result, which comes at the referendum, says Corbyn to the BBC.

The british labour party is planning to renegotiate an agreement, to which the current conservative government under prime minister Boris Johnson has concluded with the EU.

Corbyn will give the british voters a choice between remaining in the EU and to step out with the promised new brexit-agreement, which is not negotiated, and which perhaps could not be achieved in Brussels.

- this is The choice that british voters will get of the us within the next six months, says Labourlederen.

part of the Labour meps say they will vote against their own party's agreement, as they want to remain in the EU.

this is The first time that Corbyn, which has always been the EU-skeptic, stated, what he puts the most weight on in connection with brexit in the ongoing election campaign.

the Crisis around the brexit threatens to damage Labour at the polls, as the party's kernevælgere is the most, which voted to leave the EU by referendum in 2016.

Corbyns chances to come to power after the elections on 12. december can depend on the support from The Scottish Nationalparti, the SNP, which might be included in a coalition with Labour.

the SNP's leader, Nicola Sturgeon, said during a BBC debate up to the weekend, that yet another referendum on scottish independence from the united kingdom, will be the price of her support.

Scotland was last in the 2014 referendum on independence from the united kingdom. Then voted 55 percent of scots opposed.

/ritzau/AFP

Updated Date: 23 November 2019, 13:01

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