Mr Hilary Benn, one of the most prominent Labour MPs and long-time Minister under Tony Blair, introduced on Wednesday in the house of a clever question, to which he has today by Theresa May, no satisfactory answer: "If it is democratic, as the government claims, the Parliament, and not just once, not just twice, but probably even three times the same question, so that we can change our minds, then why is it undemocratic to ask the British people whether it has changed his mind?"
Benn is a strong supporter of the second referendum, the first in 2016, with 52 percent was against 46% of no votes for the EU exit out. Three years, many new insights and a negotiated, but twice low-pitched contract later, the left-wing politicians, it was at the time, the people have the last word.
"People's Vote" (vote of the people), is the name of the campaign, Benn's commitment, and has declared the Prime Minister of the war. A second referendum, she believes, will deepen the split in the people, and the populists strengths. However, to be expected this Saturday in London at least a Million people. You want to go for a second Referendum and, if it runs for the Remainer particularly well for remaining in the European Union on the road.
"Then it will start properly"
roles, About 200 buses from all over the country, special trains will be on the road. The powerful MP Anna Soubry, who resigned from the Conservative party and the new intra-parliamentary "Independent Group", proposed the same times, to work under the house on Saturday. There are enough actual problems with Mays Brexit, and in between, you can go "collective on the road and the protesters salute".
it won't come. The enthusiasm for a second people have taken a vote – perhaps the exhaustion is too large, or overarching theme, Mays fight for your Deal, suffocated the optimism. The organiser of the London March to try anyway, with a lot of euphoria and Crowdfunding, the Plan to breathe new life into. Even if the root of People's Vote at a press conference on Wednesday sounded even more defensive: "don't Give up on us."
The chances of success for a second attempt be said about Alastair Campbell, former Labour-Advisor, for "Mays Brexit is over, if you suffer coming week, their third defeat. Then it really gets going." The idea of another vote is not also the fact Margaret Beckett of the Labour Party, put value, such as one of several options – but practically the endpoint. "When the deputies discussed all the possibilities and have agreed, then a Deal must get the final approval of the citizens of the United Kingdom." And if it's not? Then.
However, refused Although the Referendum idea was accepted at the Labour party conference, after a long debate, as a last Option, if the attempt to force new elections, to fail, party leader Jeremy Corbyn to support appropriate initiatives in the Parliament. Last week, as the Independent Group introduced to Anna Soubry, the proposal of a second referendum to the vote, forced the party leadership to your group, to contain. Ahead of the refusal of the People's-Vote-campaign to support the initiative. The Timing was wrong, it was said, now is the time to be still.
Margaret Beckett, a steadfast Corbyn-supporter, insists, that their party will ultimately get Serious and this is the way to go. Statements, Corbyn, however, be wrong. Last week had been a debate for Labour to support a proposal that could approve the Mays Deal, under the condition that it is followed by a second Referendum, and a final confirmation. But even this Plan is so far only theory.
New Figures from the pollsters
Because the back cover was missing, it fell through the proposal of the Independent Group in Parliament failed miserably. Also another prominent Remainer and referendum-supporter, Chuka Umunna, admitted: "we do not Yet have the necessary votes." Unfortunately, the policy of the Labour party was "not worth the paper it is written on". Umunna was a Labour member before he founded Soubry, the Independent Group.
Both are eager to join forces on Saturday, in order to give the Plan a new weight. Hundreds of thousands from all over the country will be here, and hope that Mays Deal fails next week in Parliament, and the Parliament, to fight for a softer Brexit – or to prevent the exit. Peter Kellner from the opinion research Institute YouGov offers a new set of Numbers, in order to encourage the Referendum-Fans, with 56 percent of the respondents would have voted in favor of the people, gets the last word, 44. What should be even more courage: 60 percent would prefer to remain in the EU, the Deal of May. (Editorial Tamedia)
Created: 23.03.2019, 12:07 PM