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Keir Starmer humiliation: How Labour’s polling was decimated by new leader’s Brexit choice

At the forum, the party’s decision on how to position itself on Brexit was put sharply into focus, with both accepting the 2016 referendum, and campaigning for a second vote on the EU options.

Yet, it was Sir Keir’s proposal of backing another referendum that eventually got the nod from Labour members – even if Mr Corbyn himself was reluctant to accept it.

This new referendum that Labour would put to the public, would be held to see if the UK wanted to remain as part of the EU or accept a Brexit deal secured by Mr Corbyn’s Government – should he get elected.

Although the plan was unanimously backed by Labour, Mr Corbyn had reservations about it and was still considering ignoring the will of his party.

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