I have yet to look at today’s papers, so I don’t know what they’re saying about Labour’s strategy today. It’s unlikely to be clearer than this, though.

If you still don’t approve of Mr Corbyn’s plan after reading this, I’ll be interested to know why, and if you really understand what’s happening here.

If the Tories vote Labour’s amendments down, the things that protect the NHS and workers rights etc, it’s easier to explain to working class leavers (who I believe have been duped by Boris, Gove and Farage) what leaving the EU under the tories actually means.

At the final stage, it will be in black and white what a Tory brexit means. If it’s turns out to be the incredibly ropy deal I think it will be, you can vote against it at the final stage, with JUSTIFICATION to leavers, that the Tory’s are using Brexit to hurt their rights and their NHS.

So it makes you wonder about the motives of those in the shadow cabinet (who you have to assume DO understand parliamentary process) who are resigning over this.

Source: If #Article50/#3LineWhip have you stumped, these 2 perspectives may help | The SKWAWKBOX

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