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James O'Brien Questions Jeremy Corbyn's "For The Many" Slogan Over Brexit Position
30 April 2019, 11:34 | Updated: 30 April 2019, 13:46
James O'Brien queried Labour's clam to be "for the many" after this caller said she backed Jeremy Corbyn's position on Brexit.
The party's governing body is meeting today to discuss whether to add a People's Vote to its manifesto in time for next month's European elections.
He said: "How will you feel if later today, he rejects the last chance for the Labour Party to stop Brexit?"
Caroline insisted: "I have faith in him."
So James asked: "Despite all the facts? John McDonnell said 'We don't believe in leaders, we believe that leaders should be following the masses'.
"75% of the membership want another referendum."
Caroline still claimed: "I will go with his decision because I trust him. He's for the many, not the few."
That led James to say: "For the many, not the few. What is 75%? The many or the few? What's bigger - 75 or 25?"
The full argument was a terrific listen. Watch it at the top of the page.