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Corbyn urged to change his mind on Brexit

By and large I like Jeremy Corbyn; he seems like a good, well-principled, left-leaning fellow. Yet there is something I vehemently disagree with him on - an issue because of which I cannot back him. That issue is of course Brexit. As long as the Labour leader supports continuing with that mindless move, I cannot support the party, no matter how much I like it's other policies. I just read that Corbyn is coming under increasing pressure from within his party to do a U-turn on Europe: ''Jeremy Corbyn has come under intense pressure to shift Labour's position on Brexit after 20,000 members demanded a say over the issue and former leader Neil Kinnock backed halting Britain's EU exit altogether.''

As the reality of what people voted for in 2016 becomes clearer and clearer, I think they will want a chance to change their mind more and more. An opposition leader who refuses to respect that need would be practically useless. Thus Corbyn must change his mind and side with those who see the coming disaster for what it is.

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