I have replied to Corbyn’s office (for what it is worth) to say that their reply is just further prevarification when what most people want is no Brexit.
As it stands, if there is an election and this remains the Labour position I shall be voting either LibDem or Change UK. I have no doubt that the Tories would be slaughtered in a general election and I reckon that Labour would be badly hurt too. I am pretty sure that no party would gain a majority and the liklihood is that Brexit Wars would continue.
We have a crisis of Leadership in both Tory and Labour parties. The runes for the Tories are even worse than for Labour. It is highly likely that once May is gone they will move to the right to shore up their support. This is likely to alienate even further vast swathes of voters for whom Brexit was the wrong solution to the problem of the impoverishment of their lives through austerity policies and the protection of the rich.
As for Labour, it is clear that we have passed peak Corbyn and that, even without Brexit, there is little reason to believe that they could win a majority in parliament with him at the helm. Labour’s problem is that the biggest part of its membership is Momentum which is Corbyn supporting. Until they tack to the centre left I think that they are stuck.
Frog in a tree