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Political Scrapbook - Mike Sivier - Why are people saying Labour's attitude to Brexit has changed? It hasn't

This is a public relations move.

With the Tories weakened, Labour is in an excellent position to exploit their divisions.

By acting decisively - setting out positive terms for forward movement that expose the Conservatives' "constructive ambiguity" as the waffle that it is - Mr Starmer and Labour have shown that they are prepared to make the decisions that David Davis and his ill-prepared negotiators won't - or can't, because their party is divided on it?

With the EU Withdrawal Bill back in the Commons for its Second Reading on September 7, Labour has a chance to woo pro-EU Tory MPs towards what is, let's face it, a clear plan for progress.

keep to the Fen Causeway
by Helen (lareinagal at yahoo dot co dot uk) on Sun Aug 27th, 2017 at 03:36:09 PM EST
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