Seven British MPs leave the Labor Party

Seven MPs from left, Ann Coffey, Angela Smith, Chris Leslie, Mike Gapes, Luciana Berger, Gavin Shuker and Chuka Umunna, pose for a photograph after a press conference to announce the new political party, The Independent Group, in London, Monday, Feb. 18, 2019. Seven British Members of Parliament say they are quitting the main opposition Labour Party over its approach to issues including Brexit and anti-Semitism. Many Labour MPs are unhappy with the party's direction under leader Jeremy Corbyn, a veteran socialist who took charge in 2015 with strong grass-roots backing. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)

A total of seven MPs of the Labor Party announced separation on Monday protesting the support of their party leaders against Brexit and the failure to curb anti-Semitism.

Speaking at a press conference in London, all seven MPs outraged party leader, Jeremy Corbyn for bringing them towards the left wing.

They are also more willing to sit as independent group in parliament.

“If you want an alternative, please help us build it. This politics has been divided. It does not have to be this way, “said one MP, Chuka Harrison Umunna.

His partner, Chris Leslie, said he retreated for the betrayal of the Labor Party against Europe.

Meanwhile, Jeremy Corbyn said he was quite disappointed with the decision of the lawmakers.

“This is the time and the moment we come together to build our future,” he said.

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