Labour to resist pressure of committing to second referendum on Brexit



Labour’s leadership is set to resist grassroots pressure to commit to a second referendum on Brexit, shadow chancellor John McDonnell has indicated.
Speaking on the eve of the party’s annual conference in Liverpool, Mr McDonnell warned of the risk that a re-run vote could stoke far-right populism and xenophobia.
The shadow chancellor also suggested the rail industry could be renationalised within five years under a Labour government.
He told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme it would be “possible” to bring all franchises back under public control during a single term in office, amid reports he... read more

 
22 September 2018 in Politics, Views: 75
Source: Scotsman
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