Jeremy Corbyn’s finest hour?
With Boris Johnson's Brexit strategy crystal clear, Labour's task is equally clear. It must expose the truth about Johnson’s no-deal option and put forward its own plan to end Britain's interminable ordeal
Boris Johnson is the first British prime minister in a long time who is free of dilemmas regarding his approach to the European Union. For better or worse, Johnson’s strategy for attaining power has left him with only one viable option: forget about negotiating with the EU before the October 31 Brexit deadline, call a general election for that day, seek a popular mandate for a no-ifs-no-buts no-deal divorce from Europe, and then sit back...
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