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The person who should be really worried about Corbyn’s Brexit ambiguity? Jeremy Corbyn

The time for triangulation is over. If Corbyn wants to keep his reputation as a nearly uniquely honest broker, it's time to follow the membership and take a position

By Emma Burnell  

Jeremy Corbyn, Labour Party leaders during a speech ahead of the June 2016 referendum. Photo: PA

Theresa May put her worst day behind her pretty quickly. Being thumped by a margin of 230 votes would cause most of us to have no confidence in ourselves, never mind asking anyone else to. But by immediately winning a confidence vote the next day May has had a chance—briefly—to change the narrative.

While Labour was right to call that vote (they really had no choice) the pre-briefing of it being just the…

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