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The Labour Party was in shambles until the very moment the ruling of the High Court became known. Tom Watson ceded his allotted time for a speech to leader Jeremy Corbyn. Watson won't be able to address the party members on Wednesday as Parliament will be in session from 11.30 am onwards.

It took a constitutional earthquake to get Labour members hold of their senses and focus on true Britain's interest. Corbyn remains a divisive figure as we have seem in the procedures in Brighton. Not a party ready to take responsibility ... a missed chance to gain ample good-will. Labour's ambiquity is irreversible in the crucial talks during the coming days in the House of Commons.

by Oui on Tue Sep 24th, 2019 at 05:41:56 PM EST

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