I understand that a number of Labour MPs are tearing their hair out over Jeremy Corbyn and Sir Keir Starmer’s new unicorn-powered Brexit strategy.
Bulletin readers will recall that Sir Keir has split the Labour vote by proposing his own rival amendment to one tabled by pro soft Brexit MPs (which would push Britain into a Norway-style model, also known as EEA membership).
Sir Keir’s amendment instead calls for leaving the single market but keeping full access, with no “new impediments” to trade – but does not elaborate on how to achieve that.
It also makes no mention whatsoever of free movement (FoM), the key sticking point in any debate on the single market, as we all know. In…