Different centrist party in the united kingdom is on the focus as three MPs from the governing Conservative Party combined about more than eight former work MPs who leave their party to form known as ‘The Independent Group’ in the Community of Commons.
Rearrangement in British politics provoked by Brexit- related after-effects from the year 2016 survey is probable to see more MPs linking the new development. Recently, Prime Minister Theresa May had toured Brussels for meeting on the exit of Europe.
The three traditional MPs Heidi Allen, Sarah Wollaston and Anna Soubry mentioned several concerns with the party in their combined letter of resignation to May, added, “The concluding straw has been the Government’s calamities of handling Brexit”.
The instant goal of novel 11-strong creation is to grasp the number of 36 that will consider it the third biggest group in the community of Commons, put in the shade the Scottish National Party that has earned around 35 seats in the mid-term elections in the year 2017.
A message was sent to May: “We also reject the false binary choice that you have presented to Parliament between a bad deal and no deal. Running down the clock…amounts to a policy of no deal and we are not prepared to wait until our toes are at the edge of the cliff”. “We can no longer act as bystanders. We intend to sit as independents alongside The Independent Group of MPs in the center ground of British politics”.
Currently, Labor MP Joan Ryan has given the resignation and combined around seven of former party colleagues. The phone call in Westminster is that minimum in the government of May and various MP’s from the leading parties are expecting to resign in a while.
Reacting on the resignation letter, May wrote a message: “I am saddened by this decision – these are people who have given dedicated service to our party over many years, and I thank them for it”.