14. Jul, 2017

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"...The balance of political forces in the European Union is moving against the populist right. New progressive currents are arising in a variety of forms in different EU countries and the establishment centre parties are weakening and fragmenting.

If there is no election before David Davis returns from the Brexit negotiations, you will still be well-placed to mobilise a parliamentary majority for rejection and put the government out of its misery. You would then be able to fight a general election with a far-reaching programme of UK and European Union reform with allies across Europe that the Tories will never have. I believe people across this country who are desperate for change would respond to the call..."

The Labour leader must show himself willing to reject Brexit, says the Guardian’s former European editor
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