January 4, 2018
Iraq War architect Tony Blair is at the forefront of the campaign to overturn Britain’s vote to Leave the European Union once again.
The former prime minister criticised his successor Jeremy Corbyn for Labour’s “timidity” in failing to come out in favour of overturning the Brexit vote publicly, urging the opposition party to “fight for the right for the country to re-think” on Wednesday.
“[I]f Labour continues to go along with Brexit and insists on leaving the Single Market, the handmaiden of Brexit will have been the timidity of Labour,” he pleaded.
— Jack Montgomery ن (@JackBMontgomery) July 27, 2017
Blair elaborated on these comments on the January 4th edition of the Today programme on BBC Radio 4, in a faltering performance observers described as “manic” and “hesitant”.
This article was posted: Thursday, January 4, 2018 at 7:22 am