Saturday February 29, 2020

Corbyn drops the ball again

Jeremy Corbyn has failed to capitalise on the Tories’ wretched incompetence. Now he thinks he can lead Britain to sunlit socialist uplands after Brexit

13th January, 2019

Jeremy Corbyn will not be leading his troops into the final Brexit battleground next week. Oh, he will be at the front of the mob all right, with all the rights that the House of Commons bestows on the leader of the opposition. But behind him will be his party MPs, who can neither agree on what to do about Brexit nor how to craft and sustain a robust opposing argument to the government’s offering....

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