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If Boris wins, he'll steam ahead with the no deal brexit of his billionaire chum's dreams.

Corbyn will probably revert to being a semi detached member of the customss union which will be voted down at the referendum.

Fence sitting is a loaded term. He didn't create this mess, Cameron did. He didn't wreck May's deal in Parliament, the ERG and Boris did that. It would be his job to take a hopelessly divided country and create a resolution that unites us. He cannot do that without the specific consent of the British public; a referendum got us here, it will take one to get us out.

 He sees himself as the refereee here, favouring neither side. So he'll negotiate a deal in good faith and then put it for approval to the UK public. In good faith. I really don't see what's difficult about that position.

keep to the Fen Causeway

by Helen (lareinagal at yahoo dot co dot uk) on Thu Dec 12th, 2019 at 06:03:40 PM EST
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