At the risk of sounding like the record’s stuck, Jeremy Corbyn has been a lifelong opponent of the EU project. However, a majority of Labour MPs (mostly Blairite trash) are Remainers, and as leader of the party Corbyn has to reflect this. Much of the Labour Party manifesto under Corbyn goes against all EU law (such as nationalisation of the railways, etc). Ie, Corbyn & Co, whatever you think of them, are the real Brexit in waiting.
Things are incredibly difficult to predict at the moment, but it looks like we’re in for a UK general election in February or March of next year.
I know this is a bit cliche. I’ll have to do a separate post about Blake’s Jerusalem, because it’s a very interesting poem (about the horrors of the Industrial Revolution), and it’s also very relevant to what’s going on in France at the moment (they’re still protesting, folks). Since France is one of the biggest players in the EU, it’s absolutely criminal that the presstitutes in the UK have barely reported the major civil unrest in France over the last 3 years or so.