I thought he might do that, but electing Labour leaders takes yonks.crabcakes_windermere wrote: ↑Thu Jan 10, 2019 5:33 pmHe can't do simple messages of support because he cannot admit he is wrong.
I'm beginning to wonder if Corbyn might make a shock resignation and walk away if (hopefully, when) it looks like May will cave and give everyone a second referendum rather than the GE that he won't win anyway. The only consistent thing that has happened throughout his leadership is that he has not wanted to take big decisions if he can let things happen around him. But this would be a decision he couldn't avoid, and the only option left would be to put Labour behind a people's vote. And if he has to support a people's vote, and hence a remain option, he'll have to admit he was wrong (if not in public, at least to himself).
In that scenario what would be more Corbyn than dodging responsibility, never having to admit you were wrong, and going right back to complaining from the back benches with his fan club never having to face the reality that he has wasted 2 years fighting to make everyone - and particularly the most vulnerable - worse off, and in that time managed next to nothing?
Half a million views in less that 24 hours, and they tell us that people are somehow bored with Brexit.
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