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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Sure they would. Labour are on the verge of a split too thanks to Magic Grandpa and his antisemitic following. Tom Watson is all that is holding them together at the moment, but a split is inevitable.

maybe not. I don't think the cracks are as deep as they appear, and if they take down Corbyn and replace him by somebody with more street sense, I expect they will find new unity.


The cracks in the Tory party, however, will take longer to heal. The Tory's only hope for survival is that Corbyn clings on as long as he can.


Now if only he would wake up to the fact that he could hold them to ransom by threatening to resign.

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