Brexit, a Serious Tangle For British Gov’t
As the tick-tock has begun for vote on the future of the Brexit in British Parliament, confusion has gripped the government.
British Parliament has now explicitly become bi-polar over the Brexit issue as some lawmakers believe it is better to pay the cost for Brexit to European Union and some lawmakers eye holding another referendum in the country over the future of the Brexit in order to likely save UK in EU.
According to English daily the Independent, Conservative and anti-Brexit campaigner MP Anna Soubry was harassed and verbally abused by Brexiteers while entering the parliament and she was slightly injured.
It seems Yellow Vests UK are aping their French counterparts in chanting anti-capitalism slogans and they sometimes block the streets and bridges in London by staging demonstrations. They have called Anna Soubry a fascist.
British parliament nowadays is witnessing some disputes and at the same time the number of protesters outside the parliament and their clashes with the police is on the rise.
On the sidelines of one of the clashes, one of the anti-Brexit supporters who was protesting to Brexiteers claimed that Yellow Vests UK supporters threaten and suppress anti-Brexit supporters and make them talk in front of the cameras.
One of the anti-Brexit supporters who hopes the Brexit would fail in parliament voting says Yellow Vests supporters take cameras in front of their faces and insult them and try to bring down the flags and accuse them of being fascist or a Nazi.
The Independent had previously reported that in 2016, a Labor Party and parliament member Jo Cox had received death threats by far-right Brexiteers.
Yellow Vests UK supporters in some cases, since the start of their protests in December and in January, have taken firm stands against Theresa May government who was looking for holding the second referendum on the future of the Brexit. The Independent wrote some of the parliament members called for putting an end to the far-rightists and Brexiteers’ threats outside of the Parliament but it seems the police is unable to interfere.
Police is investigating whether any criminal offence was committed after Sourby was branded a Nazi by Brexit protesters outside parliament.
The paper also reported Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay was condemned by the parliament MPs over his suggestion new referendum should not happen due to far-right protests outside parliament
The row blew up after Mr Barclay said the growing pressure for a Final Say referendum on the Brexit outcome should be resisted, arguing: “That would be hugely damaging to our democracy and our politics. It is time now, after what has been a difficult period of time, to come together in the national interest, to unite behind the only deal on the table.”
This confusion in the parliament and the government indicates that British officials are unable to find the correct path as British news agency Reuters says, British Prime Minister has once again rejected demands for postponing the Brexit voting and it implies that she has been at the same time mulling the second referendum and to this end, she insisted on shortage of enough time and underlined the parliament approval for the Brexit.