Labour Has (Eventually) Ruled Out A Second Referendum On Brexit

Modesto Morganelli
Aprile 20, 2017

The Labour leader was mobbed by supporters following his brief address, signing autographs and posing for photographs and selfies as he made his way through the crowd.

"We understand that, in the immediate run-up to an election, signalling a willingness to work with other parties might be hard but we hope you'll agree that the times we are living in require leaders to be courageous and visionary, to actively build a more positive politics", the pair said in an open letter to the Labour and Lib Dem leaders.

Mr Corbyn will deny that Conservative victory in the June 8 election is a "foregone conclusion", as he makes his first keynote speech of the campaign.

She said: "We have consistently demanded a meaningful vote in Parliament and, as the government, will bring the deal we negotiate to Parliament before it is finalised to ensure democratic accountability".

It is very unlikely that the Liberal Democrats could either get into power (their parliamentary share was decimated at the last election, losing 49 of their 57 seats with just 7.9% of the vote) or be able to overturn the Brexit bill which has now been formally triggered.

"Because Brexit isn't just about the letter that says we want to leave, it's about negotiating the deal, about getting the right deal from Europe".

In a video message to voters in Barrow and Furness, John Woodcock said: "I am intending to seek renomination from my local Labour and Co-operative parties to be their official candidate, but I will not countenance ever voting to make Jeremy Corbyn Britain's Prime Minister". But he also borrowed a phrase from the Blair playbook, saying that only Labour would govern "for the many not the few".

Labour is the party that will put the interests of the majority first, while the Tories only really care about those who already have so much.

Mr Corbyn launched his campaign this afternoon to replace Theresa May as Prime Minister in the upcoming General Election in June. It's a rigged system set up by the wealth extractors for the wealth extractors.

In her interview with the Sun on Wednesday, Mrs May said "political game playing" risked hampering her Brexit negotiations, with some opponents "trying to stop us every step of the way". "Because when we win, it's the people, not the powerful, who win".

She added: "If we're negotiating at a point that is quite close to a general election, I think the Europeans might have seen that as a time of weakness when they could push us".

He said Thursday that the election was about "what kind of country we want to have after Brexit".

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is unfavoured by some voters, MPs believe that Khan can help rally support for the party in London and the rest of the UK.

The leader's position hadn't been that clear earlier in the day.

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