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Jeremy Corbyn sacking Labour MPs who voted against Conservatives to protect Britain’s place in Single Market

Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour has been showings its true colours on Brexit: less than 1 in 5 Labour MPs voted against the Conservatives to protect Britain’s position in the Single Market when it came to aย proposed amendment to the Queen’s Speech.

All 12 of the Liberal Democrat MPs, however, voted against the Conservatives and in favour of the Single Market:

Pie chart showing how Labour MPs failed to oppose Tory plans to leave the Single Market

This continues Labour’s inglorious record of lining up with the same European policies as Theresa May.

What’s more, Jeremy Corbyn is sacking Labour MPs who voted against the Conservatives:

Of course, one of the problems the Liberal Democrats had in the general election was in persuading voters that Jeremy Corbyn was not the anti-Brexit, pro-Single Market choice. This vote is a powerful reminder of how he isn’t a pro-European. But only if people know about it…

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