Richard28 wrote:So still it would appear this is a conservative party political issue... like him or loathe him (for the record I am the latter), Corbyn needs to be involved for any resolution to this.
Corbyn's red line last night about not talking to May until no deal is off the table has the potential to backfire on him. I don't want no deal either (or Brexit for that matter), but stating preconditions when other parties have similar stances but are talking to May anyway doesn't come across as clever and is risking isolation on the issue.
Then again, I don't think Corbyn gives much of a toss about Brexit and he has limited options left open to him now his power grab attempt by calling a vote of no confidence failed. It will be interesting to see if he sticks to Labour's policy "passed democratically at conference" that they kept parroting on about where a second referendum is one option is adhered to or he tries to sit tight in the hope it will make another no confidence vote viable again. This was an interesting read: https://news.sky.com/story/what-is-corb ... e-11609257