Failure to Deliver Brexit Led to Huge Frustration in The UK

Sergio Conner
April 15, 2019

Another Opinium poll published Saturday found similar results, with Labour again in the lead with 29 per cent, followed by the Tories at 17 per cent, with UKIP in third (13 per cent) and The Brexit Party in fourth place at 12 per cent.

Farage said on Friday that he will stand for the Brexit Party in the European Parliament elections, along with several other candidates including Annunziata Rees-Mogg, the sister of prominent pro-Brexit Conservative MP Jacob Rees-Mogg.

Britain was due to have left the EU earlier European elections in May.

Jeremy Hunt has insisted the contest to succeed Theresa May as Conservative party leader must wait until after the Brexit withdrawal agreement has been voted through by parliament. The support is the lowest May's party has scored since the European elections in May 2014, according to the pollster.

Eurosceptic Iain Duncan Smith, a former Conservative Party leader, said May should be ready to quit in June.

While Labour has said it is keeping the option of a second referendum on the table in talks with the British government, some key figures close to Corbyn have been reluctant to confirm that another public vote would be held on any deal that is agreed and approved by the British parliament.

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"What the Prime Minister has to do is aim everything now towards departure before the European elections which would then allow her to step away having done what she said she would do, getting the United Kingdom out of the European Union one way or the other and then we can have another leadership election and pick a new leader", he told Sky.

"What we will want to move towards is to put before Parliament a set of options - with a system for making a choice and Parliament actually having to come to a preferred option rather than voting against everything", he said.

Lidington said: "These are hard, delicate negotiations where we are testing out other people's ideas".

They would discuss environmental standards and workers' rights after Brexit as well as the future security relationship with the EU.

The minister for the cabinet office explained that while the two parties have common goals there needed to be movement from both sides.

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