At the TUC conference in Brighton, Jeremy Corbyn promised a “credible Leave option” versus Remain if his party wins the next general election.
But voters won’t find out what that means until after the general election.
Meaning: the ‘specific election’ of Jeremy Corbyn to the office of Prime Minister.
The Labour Party manifesto will promise to reach a better Brexit deal, but is not expected to commit to either Leave or Remain.
But the Labour Party will commit to Reave and Lemain, the quantum states of Jeremy Corbyn’s Brexit policy.
Some senior party figures – close Corbyn allies – say they will campaign to stay in the EU in any circumstances.
Union leaders want Leave on the ballot and met Mr Corbyn earlier to discuss the issue.
So, Jeremy has decided to announce an ‘agenda reveal party’ and has invited the British electorate to attend, conditional upon returning their ballot paper invitations with a cross next to Jeremy’s Party.
“…we will commit to a public vote with a credible option to leave and the option to remain.” Said Jeremy.
“And there’ll be balloons, ice-cream, jelly, taxation, and Trident. Promise.”