A political analyst from London believes that lawmakers in the British parliament are beginning to loosen their positions on what course the country’s imminent withdrawal from the European Union should take.
“There is a loosening of positions in the House of Commons,” said Dr. Rodney Shakespeare in an interview with the Press TV on Sunday, adding that the general mood in the parliament was in favor of a pro-EU outcome for Brexit.
The analyst said such a shift in attitude toward Brexit was clearly visible in the main opposition Labour Party, whose leader Jeremy Corbyn has decided to back the idea of a second referendum on Brexit.
Shakespeare said critical party thinking and discipline has been a main obstacle in the way of the majority in the Commons to express their views on Brexit. He added that such a discipline was the main reason for nine Laubor lawmakers as well as three Conservative Party members to resign from their parties…