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[QUOTE Theresa May has got pretty much every decision since then wrong and played into EU (and Irish) hands.[/QUOTE]

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The plan is we leave with a crappy deal, everything that goes wrong is blamed on Brexit, there are calls to rejoin, so we do, but this time minus our hard-won exemptions. Job done
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The ball is very much in Corbyn's court. He should call for a second referendum and get his momentum gang behind it today. The deposing of May changes things because it now makes a hard Brexit outcome much more likely. Those who voted labour in 2017 and don't want Brexit or accept Brexit but not a hard one need to campaign harder. Don't just leave it to middle class, metropolitan parties like the liberals. Moderate Tories should now campaign too.
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The ball is very much in Corbyn's court. He should call for a second referendum and get his momentum gang behind it today. The deposing of May changes things because it now makes a hard Brexit outcome much more likely. Those who voted labour in 2017 and don't want Brexit or accept Brexit but not a hard one need to campaign harder. Don't just leave it to middle class, metropolitan parties like the liberals. Moderate Tories should now campaign too.
I think you will find that Momentum has backed a second referendum since last November, so it is up to them to convince Corbyn, not the other way round as you are suggesting:

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I think you will find that Momentum has backed a second referendum since last November, so it is up to them to convince Corbyn, not the other way round as you are suggesting:

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Sorry, should have made it clearer. Momentum need to go full throttle on this. May's departure and likely replacement by Bullingdon makes it imperative that we have another chance to decide. Remember, the default position is hard Brexit unless someone stops it.
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