The Tories are in chaos, so Labour must stand ready | Polly Toynbee | Opinion | The Guardian

 

In this Guardian op-ed, veteran left-wing writer, Polly Toynbee suggests that Jeremy Corbyn’s party has the chance to lighten the Brexit darkness with a New Deal and trumpets that he must seize the opportunity.

Source: The Tories are in chaos, so Labour must stand ready | Polly Toynbee | Opinion | The Guardian

Toynbee has concatenated evidence longitudinally and blamed the Tories. But she failed to explain the context and the alternative options. Most importantly, she failed to mention the financial mess that the Tories inherited from the Labour Government post the 2008 financial crisis.

Personally, I think that Tony Blair put his finger on the dilemma. A right-wing Tory government is likely to lead to a hard Brexit, dire economic consequences  and lose the next election. But a Far Left Labour government, which inherits the post Brexit chaos will find the cupboard bare and will not be able to afford their brand socialist utopia.

What Polly Toynbee fails to identify is that Monitor and the Far Left radicals want the Labour Party to sit on their hands, removed from the Brexit calamity, so that they can blame the capitalists and the globalists, then they’ll intervene and cry, ‘Bring on the Revolution’.

Is this is another episode in the ‘Pied Piper of Islington’ fantasy series?

Thoughts?

 

Brexit repeal bill: Labour fails to defeat Government’s EU Withdrawal Bill in ‘deeply disappointing’ late-night Commons vote | London Evening Standard

The Evening Standard reports that the Government’s Brexit repeal bill has passed its first Parliamentary test on a “deeply disappointing” night for the Labour Party.

Source: Brexit repeal bill: Labour fails to defeat Government’s EU Withdrawal Bill in ‘deeply disappointing’ late-night Commons vote | London Evening Standard

Perhaps I’m missing something but a divided Conservative Party managed to push the bill through highlighting that the divisions in the Labour Party are still greater than in the Conservative Party. The historic failure to defeat the bill must rest with Jeremy Corbyn?

Thoughts?