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EDITORIAL

Editorial comment from Matthew SteeplesOur editor tells it like it is and he rarely minces his words

Stopping Brexit

Matthew Steeples suggests Labour’s partial U-turn on Brexit is a positive start; they must now go further and oppose it entirely

 

Whilst Keir Starmer’s decision to announce Labour will support Britain remaining in a customs union with the EU and within the single market during a “time-limited transitional period between our exit from the EU and the new lasting relationship we build with our European partners” in The Observer yesterday is to be saluted, he does not go far enough.

 

Brexit has left Britain on a knife-edge. Sterling is considerably weakened, jobs in agriculture and banking are already disappearing and businesses, such as occurred with Southern Salads in Kent, are beginning to go into administration. Theresa May’s “Brexit means Brexit” and her ridiculous “red, white and blue Brexit” now seem the ultimate follies and this morning’s comment by Peter Oborne in the Daily Mail is indicative that the lunatics are still in charge of the asylum.

 

In a moaning rant that he titles a “spectacular betrayal of Labour voters” and aside from spouting the usual rhetoric, Oborne does rightly suggest that Jeremy Corbyn is not a natural supporter of the EU. The Labour leader, after all, voted against British membership in 1975, opposed the single market subsequently and also did little in the 2016 referendum campaign to positively support ‘remain’. Consequently, one is left wondering if he actually truly supports what Keir Starmer yesterday proposed.

 

The Leader of the Opposition’s aim, of course, is power and alongside his recent transformation from a badly dressed joker to someone who actually made headway – thanks in the main to Theresa May’s incompetence and decision to call an utterly unnecessary election – Corbyn has realised that the 48% are a constituency worthy of pursuing. He must now, himself, come out and be honest with us and we urge him to do what is best for Britain: It is time for Labour campaign to stop Brexit.

 

Follow Matthew Steeples on Twitter at @M_Steeples.

 

Comments

5 comments on “Stopping Brexit”

  1. Support Teresa May MAKING GREAT BRITAIN GREAT AGAIN and f*** the Europrats!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Brtiain needs HARD BREXIT and bring it on!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Nigel Faragge is the man for the job and you moaning poms need to get over that you lost!!!!!!!!!!! Kick out the lazy immigrants —– we do such in Australia very nicely thank you ta.

  2. Well said Matthew. We must stop this insanity urgently. Theresa May cannot be allowed to remain PM until September 2019 either.

  3. Brexit is going to get cancelled. It is so obvious that it is impractical and David and Boris couldn’t run a piss up in a cider house.

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