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We can’t keep hoping for an end to Brexit—it’s time for Labour to make a plan for afterwards

There is a very good chance that the party will only make it back into power after the UK has already left the EU. So let's work on new, progressive ideas for our new situation

By Ellie Groves  

Corbyn's Labour must have a vision for the UK after Brexit. Photo: PA

That young people will be the most affected by Brexit, but overwhelmingly did not vote to leave the EU, remains one of the greatest political injustices of recent years. To make matters worse, we now appear to be flirting with the idea of a damaging “no deal” Brexit, led by a Conservative government which was also rejected by the overwhelming number of young people.

The Cameron Conservative government did not prepare for Brexit, going as far…

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