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Theresa May accused of bribing of Labour members of parliament

The British opposition party, Labour has a prime minister Theresa May accused of that they are members of parliament from Labour trying "to buy" in exchange f

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Theresa May accused of bribing of Labour members of parliament
The British opposition party, Labour has a prime minister Theresa May accused of that they are members of parliament from Labour trying "to buy" in exchange for support for her echtscheidingsakkoord with the European Union. The stone of stumbling for the social democrats is a fund for economically disadvantaged areas that May today has launched, and money flows to the Labour-dominated electoral districts for the brexit vote.

May presented today a "Stronger Towns Fund" of 1.6 billion pounds (1.8 billion euros). A first tranche of 1 billion pound is destined for communities in the centre and north of England. There are many constituencies in the referendum of 2016 for the brexit have voted, and that in the British parliament be represented by a representative of Labour.

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May states that the initiative was needed because the economic prosperity in Britain "unfair distribution". "Communities across the country have for the brexit vote to express their desire to see change. That must change for the better, with more opportunities and more control," explained the conservative premier's plan.

“Despair”

But opposition party Labour has a different reading. "This fund shows the desperation of a government that has to reduce to the bribery of members of parliament" to the echtscheidingsakkoord to support, says John McDonnell, Finance to adhere in the schaduwkabinet of Labour. If English towns are struggling, it is according to him "a decade of savings". "No brexit-bribery, but investment where it was most needed," recalls McDonnell.

In principle, leaves Britain and the European Union on 29 march. In January voted a historically large majority in the British parliament against the echtscheidingsakkoord that May with the Europeans had closed. Since then, the premier looking for more support in Westminster. Next week the parliament are voting once again on the agreement. In the run-up to the vote, hopes May the Europeans still need to compromise to obtain, in particular, about the controversial backstop that border controls on the island of Ireland should avoid.

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