Firstly, yesterday's march was undoubtedly a progressive march against something a majority of Labour party supporters agree would be damaging for the majority
A #PeoplesVote may not be everyone's ideal, but ...
So how did the Labour movement, which is supposed to be about exactly this kind of action, find it's Leadership officially against this and standing with the government?
This week Airbus, BMW & Siemens all went public with the same "Jobs at risk from #Brexit" message the Japanese car makers gave last year.
It's the same week parliament let us down so badly on "meaningful vote"
Because Brexit was your first real challenge, and so far it doesn't look good to be honest
All things you should, as progressives, be fighting for
What do you really stand for? What do you really care about? Because this isn't abstract like "relative poverty" or "inequality" - this is happening, now, while you watch
-Vote Leave cheating
-Any of Johnson's multiple outbursts
-Farage admitting Brexit will likely make us poorer
This is *astonishing* for an opposition Leader
Because even if Corbyn wasn't pro brexit, fighting it would take skill, subtlety, confidence and intelligence. It would take statesmanship & state craft.
It's eminently doable
But not by him
He hasn't got it. Corbyn cannot pull this off
Corbyn could never walk the line needed to fight Brexit, even if he wanted to
We don't need amateur hour, we need a real politician
and more importantly
How is Labour on the wrong side?