What does Jeremy Corbyn really think of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union? While the Labour leader’s political stock has risen to such extent he could become the next prime minster, his view on Brexit still confuses much of the electorate. Paul Goldsmith, author of the recently published How to Lose a Referendum: The Definitive Story of Why the UK voted for Brexit, joins Tim to examine the issue, explaining why the Labour party has long-since been divided over Europe, how so much European legislation is at odds with true ‘Corbynism’ and how the man at the helm can really influence thousands of people to chant his name at festivals while being ambivalent to the remainers cause. Paul also covers the issue in his blog post here at where you can also find links to buy his excellent book.
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