Decky wrote:The people shouldn't get a choice in case they are taken in by the pro EU propaganda of the millionaire owned media. Corbyn should just withdraw us from the EU without consulting anyone, he is the will of the Proletariat made flesh and he knows it, why would he need a referendum?
CORBYN may 'believe' that he is the 'will of the people', the people may differ if\when he wins power.
I do not subscribe to your assertion on not needing a referendum, or more importantly,as well as more legitimately, a Manifesto Policy Promise to withdraw & I do not believe that he is not 'sitting on the fence' as to being sincere on the issue.
The thing with the CORBYN-MOMENTUM situation is, they(MOMEMTUM)may have CORBYN's back, but CORBYN's Shadow Cabinet is full of the 'BLAIRITE' tendency, that fools no one interested in a radically different government than the current garbage.
The above exist because of CORBYN's lack of majority support within the Party.
In my opinion, CORBYN is someone who looks to which way the political wind is blowing on events, policy issues,he is NOT a 'leader' that is capable of giving political direction on the strength of his beliefs whilst an opposition leader.
I think that,although he does have some 'good' ideas, they are outweighed by the rest of them, such as immigration policies, 'equality ' & others.
I could give him some business insight regarding re-nationalisation,in ensuring that it is achieved with the absolute minimum cost,unfortunately, for someone who is always quoting someone else's problems in PMQ's,resulting from government policies at the personal level, I don't think that(as with Gordon BROWN)he is capable of listening, or that it goes in one ear & straight out of the other.