Ed Miliband ready to take a stand against 'Brexit'
Mar 22, 2016 01:37 AM EDT
A significant intervention is set to be made over Britain's place in the EU by Ed Miliband. He constantly warned the Labour department that he and his party will not allow the June's referendum.
Miliband will stay on the same side with his successor Jeremy Corbyn but his remarks might be interpreted as an indirect criticism against the present leadership. The former leader led his party for five years until the last general elections where he was defeated.
Miliband turns down the offer of Corbyn to be the leader of the opposition. He then turned his focus to be a climate campaigner who constantly pushes for zero carbon emissions. The former leader is heading to a labour event in Britain where he will present his case and most probably compare himself to Corbyn who replaced him as per Financial Times.
As reported by The Guardian, he will urge 9 million voters to not be distracted by the chaos in the Tory party. Corbyn, on the other hand, has vowed to maintain his campaign for the remaining side in the forthcoming plebiscite.
Corbyn has been making comments in the EU regarding its flaws which turned out to be going against him. His MP's have encouraged him to be more passionate regarding his remarks. On the other side, Miliband has been arguing that Britain is more likely to secure social justice and progressive change while inside the EU.
He said that the choice is very fundamental in helping them build the country that they want. One of Milliband's aide said they are not attacking the present leadership but want all the members of their party to take action.
The former Labour business secretary, Lord Mandelson, said that tax avoiders want to divide every country to cut down tax rates. Polluters want to turn the country against country in driving the standards down. Russia is one of those who disagrees and just wants Europe to be divided according to Express.
He added that his instincts as a political strategist tell him that the continued support for the EU membership has the facts on its side. Also, the people's innate risk aversion and common sense are in it.