Reference News Network reported on July 10 that foreign media said that the leader of Britains largest opposition Labour Party, Colbin, would explicitly ask the new leader of the ruling Conservative Party to hold a new referendum on the EU-leaving agreement before the implementation of the EU-leaving agreement, and that Labour Party would advocate the EU-leaving agreement at that time.
According to the Hong Kong Radio website on July 10, Colbin told the BBC in an interview that another referendum must be held to vote on the EU agreement reached by the new British Prime Minister with the same EU. He stressed that the Labour Party would prevent an agreement to leave Europe without an agreement, or any agreement to leave Europe without guaranteeing British economic and employment opportunities.
Reported that the outside world believes that this is the first time Colbin explicitly proposed to hold another referendum, is a major change in his attitude and the Labour Party.
Source: Responsible Editor of Reference Message Network: Gu Yunting_NBJS8499