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A general election will not solve our Brexit woes

It's not only that neither party has a viable Brexit policy. Neither Labour or the Tories even have a unified Brexit platform to campaign on

By Chaminda Jayanetti  

Sadiq Khan, Jeremy Corbyn and Kezia Dugdal campaigning for Remain. But would Labour have a defined Brexit stance if there were an election now? Photo: PA

You can’t blame them for trying. From the moment Labour lost the last election, Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell have been demanding another one.

Armed with a formidable campaigning machine, bolstered by union funds and membership fees, and riding the backlash against austerity, they seem certain they are one public vote from power.

Given that, it’s not surprising that Labour’s reaction to the…

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