Labor frontbenchers suggest that rejoining the EU should be a long-term goal for Britain.
Shadow Tourism Minister Alex Sobel spoke around an event in Brighton where several speakers sought a closer relationship with the EU.
But Sobel went even further than other MPs, including Alison McGovern and Maria Eagle. He suggested that Britain could eventually rejoin if pro-Europeans continued to emphasize Brexit’s pitfalls.
His position goes far beyond Labor leader Kiel Starmer, who only talks about improving Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal from outside the EU.
In the gas crisis, which is interpreted as being at least partially fueled by Brexit, Mr. Sobel emphasized further issues, including a shortage of workers in the hospitality and construction sector.
“You talk to a wide range of people, and all of these issues are one by one,” he said.
“So we need to make those discussions public.
“When people find a problem, it’s my responsibility in the media, media, social media, and everything else. This is due to a terrible Brexit deal that was made in a hurry without need.
“And you start to realize that it’s a bad deal, then you can start talking about what a good deal looks like, and what the best deal looks like-and we’re all the best I know what the deal is-and that’s the way you can win this battle.
“And I don’t think it’s a job this year or the next couple of years. This is a long-term project and we need to work on it in the long run.”
Since the UK left the block on January 31, 2020 after last year’s event was canceled for Covid, the European labor movement / labor for the future fringes of Europe has been the first parent EU at the conference. It was an event.