Total 193 Posts
Voting against the Brexit deal can, and probably will, be interpreted as voting for no deal. This is why I believe abstaining is the best and only option.
Professor Chris Grey’s Brexit analysis on continuing uncertainty about deal/no-deal, how it links to the US election and geo-politics and domestic politics of Covid-19, what Labour’s role could be, and new reports on UK unpreparedness for the end of transition.
On the state of affairs in two of the most disunited countries in the world right now.
Keir Starmer will be able to exploit the instinctive loyalty of much of Labour’s rank and file and their disapproval of anyone who rocks the boat. The full expulsion of Jeremy Corbyn, however, if that occurs, will not help.