LONDON – In a town hall meeting with supporters of the Labour Party, Britain’s opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn declared that if elected Prime Minister in the upcoming elections, he would decolonise the Brexit process.
While addressing the gathering, the Labour Party leader said that he plans to appoint a Pakistani or Indian judge to draw the line.
“The Partition Plan would be drawn by a leading jurist from the Indian subcontinent. Ideally someone who has never visited the United Kingdom or the European Union, and knows very little about the realities of the populations living here,” Corbyn said.
The opposition leader also maintained that a similar line would be drawn in Ireland where the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland would be divided.
Corbyn promised that he would provide 45 days to the potential arbiter and both sides would have representation at the table.
“It’s evident that the whole process would need to be carried out in a hurry, given the urgent need to leave. A lot of resources have already been wasted in the years leading up to the Partition,” he added.