Jeremy Corbyn failed to turn up to a cross-party meeting designed to steer the UK towards a soft Brexit. Here is a joint statement from those progressive politicians who did put aside petty politics.
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Despite two-thirds of Labour members wanting their party to remain in the Single Market, Corbyn seems determined to remain firmly on the fence.
The two top candidates to lead Scottish Labour went to private Schools. Mind you, so did a quarter of Scot Lab, a third of UK Lab and Corbyn himself.
Tommy Sheppard talks about how we could win back leave voting SNP supporters and highlights the limitations of Jeremy Corbyn.
Momentum released a video asking how Abellio was granted the Scotrail franchise. If they’d just googled they’d see Labour are more culpable than the SNP.
Labour was the most popular party with remain voters yet Corbyn’s position on Europe betrays them by making a hard Brexit all but inevitable.
Labour’s current Brexit policy could lead to no deal. That said, there is one thing they can do to keep their manifesto pledge of avoiding a bad deal.
I hope that Jeremy Corbyn becomes the PM and transforms the UK. If you want to help him then the worst thing you could do is vote for Scottish Labour.
All we have heard from the Tories recently is vote for us as we are strong and stable, but you need more than strength for security.
Corbyn does have a chance of being PM if his party get behind him. However, there is a good argument that Labour are unelectable with or without him.