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Kevin Maguire: 'Jeremy Corbyn can rescue us from Brexit bedlam'IF a call to stockpile food and medicines had been put on the side of that Brexit bus instead of those NHS lies we wouldn’t be in this mess. The crisis could have been avoided by admitting the financial cost of fracturing economic links with our neighbours would be high and that manual workers would take the hardest hit. Tell the truth about how a suppose

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is really difficult and honesty might’ve saved the day. None of that happened. So the porkies and the sick 350million NHS fib gave a narrow referendum win two years ago for the plastic patriots and Right-wing nationalists or

chestrating a dishonest campaign. “There’s a lot of pain for zero gain since we were lured into the fantasy

option that is Brexit,” a prominent Minister in Theresa May’s crumbling Government grumbled to me. He was frustrated by his own

impotence as warring Tory MPs destroy their party and, potentially, the country. Daily Mirror cartoon Read MoreRela

ted ArticlesNelsons Column: How to make leaving the EU a Brexit for ten year olds The Boris Johnsons, Nigel Farages and Jacob Rees-Moggs resist a so-called people’s vote because they fear defeat now we’re better informed. For these Brexit evangelicals on the Tory-UKIP Right of British politics, the urge to leave Europe a religious faith – an obsessive compulsion. Reality isn’t for them. Co-conspirator Michael Gove detests “experts” beca

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facturers, airlines, pharmaceutical companies, doctors and all the other Brexit critics at the sharp end know what they’re talking about. The massive march of 600,000 or 700,000 in London at the weekend demanding another vote to take back control from feuding MPs doesn’t trump the 2016 referendum but it signifi

es a shift in public opinion. Read MoreRelated ArticlesTheresa May is like Forrest Gump: slow-witted, accident prone and believing destiny is on her side Farage mustered a mere 1,200 diehards in Harrogate. The question is how long Jeremy Corbyn will resist putting himself at the head of the growing calls for us to

decide the choice between the Brexit on offer, not the moon promised two years ago, or staying when the benefits are bet

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osceptic Labour leader won’t budge. That would be an error. This is a golden opportunity to save Britain, defeat Theresa May, replace the Tories and own the future. Fortune favours the brave, not those who wait. Read MoreLatest UK politics newsChancellor Javid set to back HS2Jeremy Hunt returns to frontlineFarages final EU speech silencedTory end of austerity vow in tatters