london - The European Union fears the fall of the British Conservative government from Prime Minister Theresa May, and therefore intends to consult intensively with the British opposition party Labor on the brexit. The English newspaper The Telegraph announced Saturday that the EU wants Labor Leader Jeremy Corbyn to guarantee that the negotiations on the brexit will not have been for nothing, as May's government falls before those have been completed. Corbyn should then respect the results obtained.
The newspapers in Brussels say that after the British elections last summer, contacts between the EU and Corbyn's Labor were on a higher level. For example, Corbyn himself and his foreign specialist Keir Starner spoke with EU negotiator Michel Barnier, vice president of the European Commission Frans Timmermans and other top figures in Brussels.
Labor gained much more votes than expected in June with 40 percent of votes and May's Conservatives lost. For a majority in parliament, the May, which is under fire in May, has been nominated for support from a small party from Northern Ireland.