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Vision: Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn on a visit to Derbyshire yesterday. Photo: PA

Vision: Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn on a visit to Derbyshire yesterday. Photo: PA

Vision: Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn on a visit to Derbyshire yesterday. Photo: PA

The next few weeks seem depressingly predictable, but the leader of the UK opposition could deliver hope by looking ahead to a true democratic future. Britain's prime minister has been remarkable in resolutely following a ruinous path that she keeps insisting remains the least perilous road to Brexit.

Theresa May's first crime against logic was to trigger Article 50 without a plan of what to do on March 29, 2019, if no deal had been struck with Brussels.


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