British parliament incapable of having ‘reasonable vote’ on Trident after Brexit

The British parliament is incapable of having a “reasonable vote” on the renewal of the Trident nuclear program in the wake of the country’s decision to quit the European Union, an analyst says.

Javier Farje made the remarks in an interview with Press TV on Sunday in regard to a request by the Westminster leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP) to scrap the renewal.

Angus Robertson (pictured below) called on Prime Minister Theresa May to put the vote, set for Monday, on halt and not use it as a “a political tool with which to try and embarrass divisions in the Labour party.”

His opposition was also echoed in protests held in 37 towns and cities across Scotland over the weekend.

According to Farje, one of the reasons for the opposition is the cost of the program, which is “going up all the time.”

On the other hand, the political commentator argued, after the recent “turmoil in the political scene” the British lawmakers “aren’t in…

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