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Sun Jun 2, 2019, 04:00 PM

 

Corbyn's destructive ambiguity on Brexit has failed

Excerpt: I could hardly agree more with Mason’s call for Labour to “scrap Brexit and rebuild Britain instead”. In which context, people who have been asking me “where is Gordon Brown?” should be pleased to hear that he is now playing a prominent role in the counterattack on that notorious snake-oil salesman, the egregious Nigel Farage.

Brown takes Farage seriously. He speaks of “a new battle for Britain”: “This is a battle against intolerance, prejudice, xenophobia and the manufacture of distrust and disunity.” Incidentally, while cynically continuing to draw an income from the European parliament, Farage, with a characteristic mixture of ignorance and prejudice, proposes to ban university courses in European studies.

https://www.theguardian.com/business/2019/jun/02/corbyn-destructive-ambiguity-brexit-failed-euroscepticism-collapsing

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Sun Jun 2, 2019, 04:11 PM

1. How Did Corbyn Think Labour Would Survive Long Term W/O Being The Anti-Brexit Party?

Corbyn has destroyed much of Labour's credibility with the younger diverse population needed to grow the party.

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Sun Jun 2, 2019, 04:27 PM

2. How Corbyn managed to to screw up Labour at this point

is quite a feat. He is really horrible and needs to go.
In Scotland, Labour is dying and SNP is strong.
In NI the alliance against Brexit party won. Corbyn Is a Brexiteer in a Remain Party and that is a recipe for disaster. Plus he has serious anti Semitic issues.
Kick and Recommend.

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