Labor must promise another Brexit referendum to fight the election decision made by Nigel Farage, said the deputy chairman of the party.
Tom Watson wrote in the Observer that his party can not talk about the biggest problem Britain has faced for a generation.
The former UKIP leader, Mr. Farage, said a new referendum would be "a total insult" to five million Labor Leader voters.
The United Kingdom has received an extension of the Brexit process until 31
This means that the United Kingdom is expected to hold elections to the European Parliament on 23 May.
Mr. Farage founded his new Brexit party last week and said it has a list of 70 candidates for the May election.
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Mr. Watson warned that Labor would not defeat Mr. Farage by being grumpy and looking at us as if we were half-agree with him. "
" We will not beat him if we can not inspire the millions who are screaming in a different direction, "he added
Voters deserve better"
He said an "affirmative" referendum and "final" say "every deal was" the very least "voters had earned, now they knew more about what Brexit would mean.
He added," You deserve a Labor party that provides clarity on this issue, and the radical vision of a new political economy achieved through cooperation with our socialist allies within the EU.
"And above all, they deserve better than Nigel Farage's promise of a far-right Brexit who would not solve anything."
However, Mr. Farage accused Mr. Watson of breaking the promises to the British people and said he intended "With all our strength to tackle the lies and dishonesty of Labor in the USA weeks ahead".
Mr. Farage's Brexit party also poses a threat to the Conservative party, according to a poll for the Sunday Mail.
The Survation Survey of 781 Conservative Council members found that 40% intended to use the Brexit vote. To support the party in the European elections in May.
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Just over half (52%) said they would vote for their own party. If Brexiteer Boris Johnson were Prime Minister, that number would rise to 65%, the poll noted.
About 15% thought that Mr. Farage was the best leader of the conservative party – only Mr. Johnson was ahead of him with 19%.
Although Theresa May has said that she still wants Britain to leave the EU as soon as possible, her withdrawal agreement, which was rejected three times by MPs, must be approved by parliament.
The cross-party talks between the government and the Labor Party continue to find a way through the impasse.
Labor wants a new permanent customs union with the EU, which allows duty-free trade.
19659005] The government has repeatedly ruled out the whereabouts of the EU Customs Union, arguing that the UK would be prevented from setting its own trade policy.
The EU has stated that the United Kingdom must hold elections to the European Parliament in May or leave on 1 May June without a deal.