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The leader of the opposition, Jeremy Corbyn, has decided upon a policy of pursuing what he calls a 'sensible' Brexit deal, which is based on membership of a new customs union with the EU, a close single market relationship, workers rights guarantees and environmental protections.
Then he's going to put that Labour negotiated deal to the people in a referendum, with the choice to either take that deal or Remain in the EU.
And, get this, he would personally take a sort of neutral position by claiming he would just implement whatever the people decided in that second EU Referendum.
So, effectively, Mr sit-on-the-fence Corbyn has now at last made the positive decision to just .... sit on the fence.
Now he's put all this forward in a Guardian article ahead of his party's conference, where most of the others just want the party to go for a policy of Remaining in the EU.
Just about the first half to two thirds of the article are, of course, just Boris and Tory bashing - Guardian readers love that.
But he does get to his proposals in the end.
And in that part he makes it clear once again that it is a general election that he is after, not a second EU referendum, by saying:
"... as soon as no deal is off the table, and the prime minister has complied with the law, we need a general election to get rid of Johnson’s Tory government."
So, once we've got that Article 50 extension that the Benn Su..