China News Service, July 10, according to foreign media reports, on the 9th local time, Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the Labour Party, the largest opposition party in the UK, made it clear in an email statement to party members that if the new prime minister and the With regard to the Brexit agreement reached by the EU, or a referendum on Brexit without a deal, the Labor Party will choose to support staying in the EU.
Data map: Corbyn, leader of the British Labour Party.
According to the report, as the Labour Party is under tremendous pressure from parties that are more open to stay in Europe, such as the Liberal Democrats, since the European Parliament elections, the Labour Party has turned to urge the Conservative Party to submit its agreement to a referendum. But Corbin previouslyIt did not indicate that if a referendum is held, the Labour Party will support staying in Europe.
Corbyn wrote in this statement, “Anyone who becomes the new prime minister should have the confidence to refer their agreement or no-deal Brexit to people for a referendum. In this case , I want to make it clear that the Labor Party will choose to stay in the EU and oppose a no-deal Brexit or a conservative party agreement that cannot protect the economy and jobs."
The British trade union issued a statement on the 8th implied The Labor Party should seek to negotiate a better Brexit agreement of its own and hand it over to the people, but refuses to specify how the Labor Party will participate in the election if this happens.
According to reports, Corbyn admitted that Brexit is "creating divisions in our communities, sometimes within our party." But he defended the Labour Party’s position over the past three years, saying that he respected 2016 The result of the annual referendum was correct. Corbyn said, "The Labour Party proposedA compromise plan to try to unite the UK on the basis of a customs union, strong single market relations, and protection of environmental regulations and work rights. We still believe that this is a wise choice that can unite the country. "
The report pointed out that in the past few months, the shadow cabinet has repeatedly publicly exposed its disagreements on Brexit policy. Labor Party Chief Financial Spokesman John McDonnell chose to join the party in support of staying in Europe. Some cabinet members are worried that their support for staying in the EU in the referendum will weaken the Labor Party’s support from those who voted to leave the EU in the next general election.