Reasons (esp. for those not in the UK) why Lexit is not really a tenable position:
- Brexit is fundamentally a right-wing, disaster capitalist project.
- We're not in the eurozone, so the UK doesnt have the same dangers as those who were in it and suffered austerity from it.
- We have to have trading relations with the EU; being outside the EU but in the trading bloc is mostly the same as being in the EU but you're unable to vote on anything.
Basically the softest of soft brexits is a downgrade in the autonomy of the country. Anything harder than that is just disastrous for the working class (and even less autonomy).
You don't have to like the EU to be able to say that staying in it is the best of what you've got; this was basically Labour's 2016 remain campaign.
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