Last time when the news was checked Theresa May had come up with yet another del and referendum to lure the voters against the Brexit deal, May during her time of producing a desperate yearn to the member of parliaments of all the parties to consider then newer amendments which suffice the requirements of mostly all the parties. However, many Tory backbenchers along with the others disagreed and showed her a cold shoulder upon her presentation; they trolled the presentation of the ‘New Deal’ by saying that it is the same old product in a new package. Some also allegedly called it a badly served breakfast. Amid such chaos, the Labours seem to be the only ray of hope for the party of Theresa. Quite to her dismay the Labour Party today has refrained from supporting the bill and pledged to vote against the referendum. In the opinion of the Labours, the bill had nothing new to serve, it was just a rehash of what May had discussed before. The also accused the bill not making a fundamental paradigm shift in the alignment of the business market.
What is the issue?
The main issue faced by the bill is about its authenticity. The bill is mocked to be reshuffled and rephrased with the old ideas. The Labour Party who focus on the communist thoughts and labour, economic as well as the environmental laws accused the bill being insufficient. The credibility of the bill holds a question as well since Theresa May indicated her departure from service and she might be leaving office post the summer elections. Henceforth, the question arises on the quality of the deliverability of the bill. Many of the people from her party denied support of the bill; this leads to an un-surety in the success of the passing of the “new deal” in the parliament anyway.
On the discussion over the missing key elements, Jeremy Corbyn says that it is just a rehash. He says that the bill negates to make any fundamental policies or decisions in the field of custom unions, environmental protection rights and consumer rights. The most horrific of all being the complete neglect of food production and packaging. The entire concept of market alignment was not fundamentally touched. The Labour Party is sanctioned that this distinct and weak government is unable to deliver or even keep their commitments. Their dialogue on the bill is the same old bad dish that was unanimously rejected thrice from the parliament.
Amid all this political theatre, the pressure has been increasing on Theresa May herself. As mentioned earlier her bill had been thrice rejected by the Member of Parliament of all the parties, and if she is defeated this time as well, then Boris Johnson is the candidate ready to replace her position in the upcoming summer elections for the next bid for leadership.