Winston Churchill called Russia “a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma” – but Labour’s Brexit policy can appear much more complicated than that.
Jeremy Corbyn has deliberately obscured his intentions, as he seeks to ride the twin horses of a pro-EU membership yearning for another referendum and many traditional supporters who voted to leave the EU.
The Labour leader is at again this weekend, insisting that – as prime minister, after a snap election – he will persuade EU to give the UK a better deal, even with just 97 days until departure.
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