Speculation has been going on for a longer time if division of Labour. The members have now taken the step to leave the party is well-known critics of the party leader Jeremy Corbyn and vänsterorienteringen of the party's policy. Chuka Umunna, who represents the constituency of Streatham in south London, has also been a driving force behind the requirement for a second referendum on Brexit, something Corbyn has so far refused to embrace.
– in Addition, these members of the Labour partiledning been for consolatory and almost paralysed when it comes to anti-semitism as a part of the party's members expressed on social media and in other ways.
" Not at the moment, but they do not exclude that it will be so. In such a case, a party that positions itself in the middle. An important factor is likely if they can get other big names in the Labour party, which, for example, the mayor of London Sadiq Khan, to comply with.
– However, in a majoritarian electoral system as the uk – where all the seats in each constituency goes to the winner – it is everything else than easy to start new parties. There is also already a centrist party in the Uk: the liberal democrats. Labourledningen seems right now also primarily concerned that any new party would be able to divide vänsterrösterna and lead to a Tory win in constituencies which Labour would otherwise have prevailed in.
– this group members will now wholeheartedly to pursue the requirement for a second referendum on Brexit, without taking into account the Labour partipiskor. Jeremy Corbyn has been worried that a second referendum should be experienced as a betrayal of the small towns in the north of England, where many traditional Labourväljare voted to leave the EU. But in the circle around Chuka Umunna ignore this and stresses that the Labour party has taken a congress decision that makes it possible to implement the requirement. The pressure thus increases on the Corbyn to support a new referendum – because otherwise there is the risk of more dropouts.
– This can, in turn, open to alliances over blockgränsen. Some conservative members, such as Anna Soubry, Heidi Allen and Sarah Wollaston are deeply unhappy with their party leader Theresa Mays line. They have also called for a second referendum – and it is far from impossible that they can be attracted by the idea of a new socialliberalt party, in particular, about May decide to take the Uk out of the EU without agreement.
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